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SALT LAKE CITY 

B I II CI I Y 



SIC3-T53" OF THE BIO BOOT! 

THE PIONEER BOOT AND SHOE COMPANY, 

Successors to GURNEY & CO., Manufacturers and Dealers in all kinds of 

BOOTS and SHOES, 

LEATHER AND SHOE FINDINGS, 

WEST SIDE OF EAST TEMPLE STREET, 

SALT LAKE CITY, - ■ UTAH TERRITORY. 



T7V. JS. GODBE, 

EXOHAJVOJS BUILDINft, 

Wholesale and Retail Dealer in 

DRUGS, CHEMICALS, MEDICINES, PAINTS, 



SOUTH EAST CORNER EAST TEMPLE, AND FIRST SOUTH, 
AND AT COMMERCE BUILDINGS, EAST TEMPLE, 

SALT LAKE CITY, - - UTAH TERRITORY. 



Samuel S. "Walker, Joseph R. Walker, 

David F. Walker, Matthew H. Walker. 



Wholesale Jobbers and Importers of 

FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC DRY GOODS, 

GROCERIES, BOOTS AND SHOES, 

CLOTHING, HARDWARE *C. 

EAST SIDE, EAST TEMPLE STREET, 
SALT LAKE CITY, - - UTAH TERRITORY. 



>ZZ5l 

fc> 2 ADVERTISEMENTS. 



/. B. CHAFFEE, Pr<*. H. J. ROGERS, Vice Pre*. D. H. MOFFAT, Jb. CMhler. 

NATIONAL BANK 

OF BBUnrBK, 

Designated Depository of the U. 8. 

AUTHORIZED CAPITAL - $500,000 

PAID IN CAPITAL - - $200,000 

TRANSACT A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS. 
CORNER OF BLAKE & F STREETS, 

XDEKTVEiJR., Colorado. 



LUTHER KOUNTZE, Prw. J08. H. OOODSPEED, Vic« Pr«s. CHAS.B. KOUNTZB, Cash'r. 



NATIONAL BANK 



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SUCCESSOR TO KOUNTZE BROTHERS. 

DENVEE, O olorado. 

BUYS GOLD DUST, COIN, AND BULLION, 

Draws Sight Bills of Exchange on Eastern Cities. 
IVIakess Collections, 

And Transacts the Banking Business in all its Various Branches. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



E. B. TRIPP & CO., 

DEALERS IN 

BOOTS JlHTJD SBZOIES, 

Shoe Findings, Etc, JEtc. 

West Side EAST TEMPLE between First South and South Temple Streets. 

ALSO DEALERS IN 

Groceries and Provisions, School Books, Stationry, &c. 

South Sido, Second South, between FIEST EAST and EAST TEMPLE. 

HENRY BRUCE, 
ENGRAVER AND EMBROIDERY STAMPER. 

Seals, Stencils and Steel Stamps cut to order, 

Second South, between JSast Temple and fst JEJast Streets, 

Great Salt Lake City, Utah. 



GEORGE ORONYN & CO., 

5 « 
West Side East Temple Street, U. T., 

DEALERS IN 
DOMESTIC GOODS. 

GROCERIES, 

HARDWARE, 

BOOTS and 8HOES 

CROCKERY, 

NOTIONS, &c. 

PIONEER STEAM MILL. 



LATIMER, TAYLOR & CO., 

South IZast Corner Second Mast and Fifth South, near Emi- 
gration Square, Great Salt Z,ake City, 77. T. 

Planing and Matching Machine for Flooring ; also all kinds of machinery 
for mating Sash, Doors, Blinds, Mouldings, Scroll and 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



WM. JENNINGS, 

EAST TEMPLE STREET, 
G. S. L. CITY, 

Coin and Exchange— Bought and Sold. 

East Temple Street, G. S. L, City, 

Wholesale and Retail Dealer in 

WWW @@@®i» ©E@@1K11I, 

HARDWARE, QUEENSWARE, 



Wm. Jennings, 

And Manufacturer of 



mm* 
Highest Price Paid for Gold. 



WM. H. GROVES, 



2nd SOUTH near Snow's Corner, 
G. S. L. CITY. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



SOUTHERN MAIL AND EXPRESS CO., 

To and from 

SALT LAKE CITY AND PAHRANAGAT, 

Carrying 0. M and Ex. Company Express Bag, 

VIA 

:f:r,ovo city, 

Connecting at NEPHI with the Fan Pete Val'ey Line, at FILLMORE 
with the Line to DESERET, and at BEAVER with tho Line to ARI- 
ZONA, via St. GEORGE . 

Coaches leave Office, 8 A. M., as follows : 

Daily, (Sundays excepted,) to PROVO. 

Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays to - FILLMORE. 
Mondays, to ----'--- PAHRANAGAT, 

Making time to Pahranagat in 



OFFICE— 2nd South Street, East of Faust & Houtz's Stables. 

B,. D. CLARK, Agent. 

JOHN MEEKS, 

Three Doors South of New York Store, 

sjllt x^ikiie citit. 

DEALER IN 

Jewelry, Watches, Chains and California Qnartz Goods. 

C. H. BASSETT. BOLIVER EOBEETS. 

BASSETT * ROBERTS, 

East Temple Street, Great Salt T„alte City, 

DEALER3 IN 

iDry Goods, Groceries , Hardware, Queensware, Clothing, 
Soots- and Shoes, Mats, JVotions, Millinery Goods, &c. 



10 ADVERTISEMENTS. 



THE W00LW0RTH & BARTON 

OVERLAND TRANSPORTATION LINE, 

connecting with the 

Great Union Pacific Railways 



Carrying Freight to the Territories of 



General Eastern Office 254 Broadway, IV. V. 

General Western " St. Joseph, Mo. 

Warehouse at the termini of the Union Pacific Ral I ways. 



Daniels & Brown, Agents - Denver, Colorado. 

Godhe & Mitchell, " Salt Lake City, Utah. 

Pfont & Russell, " Virginia City, Montana 

NEW STORE AND NEW GOODS, 

AT 

ALEX. DAFT'S OLD STAND. 

We call the attention of the Fuhlic of Great Salt Lake City and vicinity to the new and 
splendid assortment of General Merchandise ju&t received from the East, consisting of 

FAHGY and STAPLB DRY GOODS. 

Best qualities of Calicoes, Delaines, Tickings, Checks, Dress Silks, Denims, Stripes, Factory 
and Shirtings, Latest Styles of Trimmings, Bibbons and Dress Buttons, Fine Embroideries, 
Feathers, Shakers Hair Nets, Ladies', Misses' and Children's Gai'ers, Polish and Balmorals, 
Gents' Clothing, Hats, Boots and Furnishing Goods, Cutlery — Table & Pocket — Hardware, 
Edge Tools, Cutlery, Bopes and Twine, Choice Teas, Java Coffee, ."'pices, Groceries of all kinds, 
Crockery and Glassware, "Wallpaper, Borders, Paper shades, Fireboards, Wall, and Damask, 
and other goods too numerous to mention ; All of which we offer at wholesale or retail at 
Greatly reduced prices, for cash or produce. 



©nr old Stand, The Pe® ple'e Store, 

styles of Coats, Pants, Vesti 
colors, Furnishing Goods, in I 
we are 6ure to give satisfaction 

F. AUERBACH & BROS. 



"Will be found stocked with a fine selection of latest styles of Coats, Pants, Vests, Boot?, 
Gaiters, Slippers, Men's and Boys' Hats, all styles and colors, Furnishing Goods, in great va* 
riety, nd as cheap as the cheapest ! Give us a call and we are sure to give satisfaction. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



15 



MATTESON HOUSE 

Cor. Randolph and Dearborn Sts., 

O H I C .A. & O . 




ROBERT HILL, - - - Proprietor. 



T. X>. 3BH.OT7V3NT c*3 SON, 

Dealers in 

Groceries, Provisions and General Merchandise. 

EAST SIDE EAST TEMPLE STEEET, 

SALT LAKE CITY, U. T. 



ASSAY OFFICE! 

BOHM Ac MOLTTOR, 

Assayers of 

GOLD, SILVER, AND OTHER METALS, 

-A.3ST3D OEES. 
East Temple Street, Opposite Salt Lake House, 

SALT LAKE CITY. 



16 ADVERTISEMENTS. 



R. T. ROSS. C. R. BARRATT. 

ROSS & BARRATT, 

No. 1 North side 2nd South St. G.S.L.City,U.T. 

Wholesale* and Retail Dealers in General Merchandise and 



S€>S}©9' 



1 (| ^/ W WWlMliiWWf 

OUTFITTING DEPOT, 

Are familiar from experience with the Business and Interest of California, Idaho, Montano 
and TJlab, while seventeen years experience In the Eastern Cities as Jobbcre, give us great ad- 
vantage as buyers. 

WARREN HUSSEY, FRANK PALMEH, CHAS. L. DAHLER. 

6alt Lake City. Denver. Virginia City. 

AND DEALERS IN GOLD DUST, COIN & EXCHANGE, 

Salt Lake City, Utah, and Virginia City and Helena, Montana. 
WARREN SCTCTSSE Y & OOm Bankern, 

DENVER and CENTRAL CITY, Colorado. 

BODENBURG & KAHN, 

EAST TEMPLE STREET, SALT LAKE CITY. 
Dealers in General Merchandise, 



Notions, etc. 



PETER W. WORTHEN, 

BOOKS, STATIONERY & NEWSPAPERS, 

Second South, bet. First East and East Temple Streets, 
Salt Lake City. 

George E. Bourne. Jamex Needham 

BOURNE & NEEDHAM, 

mum iib mxasm wmbmi 

East Temple Street, Great Salt Lake City. 

Dealers in 

GROCERIES AND GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



17 



N. S. BANSOHOFF & CO., 



Wholesale and Retail dealers in 




j 




I 



CLOTHING, GROCERIES, AND 



West side East Temple Street, between 1st and 2nd South, 



GREAT SALT LAKE CITY, IT. T. 

EDWARD STEVENSON, 

Dealer in and Manufacturer of 

STOVES, T I PC "W .A. K. E , 

COPPER, BRASS, SHEET IRON, etc., 

We -it side of East Temple, between 1st South and South Temple Streets, 
G. S. Li City, U. T. 



Wholesale and Retail Dealers in 



North east corner of East Temple and First South, 

Also east side of East Temple Street between 

First and Second South, 

GREAT SALT LAKE CITY, U. T. 



18 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



LINDELL HOTEL 




Spill i 



WASHINGTON AVE., 

Between 6th and 7th Streets. St. Louis, 3/0. 

HATCH, WEAVER, FELT k CO., Proprietors. 



ERFORT & PETRING, 



@Ii)ial< 



>w-m®m?> 



Nos. 619 and 621 NORTH SECOND ST. 



S. W. Cor. of Green, 



St. Louis, Mo. 



SALT LAKE CITY 



DIRECTORY, 



INCLUDING A 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY, 



OF 



PROVO, SPRIMVILLE, AND OGDEN, 



UTAH TEEEITOET. 



COMPILED A.NJD PXJBLISHICD 



BY 



G . OWENS 

1867. 



Entered accordiug tc Act of Congress, in the yenr 1S07, by 

G. OWENS, 

In the Clerk's Office of the District Court of the United States for the 

Southern District of New York. 



PREFACE. 



The present volume is respectfully submitted to public con- 
sideration, with a belief that a careful examination of its pages, 
will prove it to be a useful book of reference. 

It has been the aim of the compiler, to make the Salt Lake 
City Directory as complete as possible, and to give true and un- 
prejudiced information. 

Thanks to the press, public officers, and others, who have 
promptly and courteously given information for the book while it 
was in course of preparation. 

Respectfully, the 

Compiler. 



CONTENTS. 



Page. 

Advertisements 2—18 

Advertisements 132—135 

Business Directory of Salt Lake City 108 

Cnmp Douglas 31 

I hronological Table of Even»s 21 

Classified List of Advertisers 20 

Corrections, etc 32 

Federal and Territorial Officers lis) 

Great Salt Lake City 31 

Great Salt Lake City Officers, etc 122 



Page. 

Great Salt Lake County Officers 123 

Names of Subscribers 19 

Ogden City 127 

Provo City 124 

Salt Lake City Street Directory 32 

Societies, etc 123 

Springville 12C 

Table of Distances 130 

Utah County Officers 127 

Weber County Officers 1 29 



NAMES OF ADVERTISERS. 



Anker M., foot of page and 14—132 

Auerbach Bros 10 

Bassett & Ro lierts 9 

Bodenburg & Kahn 16 

Bohm & Molitor 15 

Bourne & Needham 16 

Brown, T. D. & Son 15—133 

Chislctt & Clark 133 

Colorado National Bank 2 

Converse, A. R. & Co H 

Cronyn, Geo. & Co 7 

Drucc, Henry 7 

Eldredge & Clawson 6 

Elgutter Morris 11 

Erfort & Tetring 18 

First National Bank of Denver 2 

First National Bank of Omaba 1 

Frink, B. P 4 

Gilbert & Sons 5 

Gildersleve I B 14 

(iodbe W. 3 front cover. 

Goss.C. J 4 

Grenig, Daniel 133 

Groves, ¥m. II 8 

Ilammar, J. M 13S 

Hatch, Weaver, Felt & Co 18 

Hense, J. H. & Co 4 

Hill, Robert 15 

Hussey, Dahler k Co 16 



Jennings, Wm g 

Ketcham <c Burns 134 

Kimball & Lawrence 6 

Latimer, Taylor & Co 7 

Meeks John 9 

Millard, Caldwell & Co 13:. 

Nounnan, Orr & Co 5 

Nye John A. L.T. & Loyal S H 

Omaha National Bank 135 

Owens & Agar 4 

Ransohotf, N. S. & Co 17 

Ross & Barratt 16 

Shoaff, P.L. & Co 5 

SicgelBros 17—132 

Sloan, Wm front cover. 

Smith F. W 5 

Snyder, W back cover . 

Stevenson, Edward 17 

Tappan & Co 3 

Tileston, Keith & Co 9 

Tripp, E, B. & Co 7 

Walker Bros front cove-. 

Walliugford, A 12 

Wentworth, Henry C 12 

West, Chauncey W 11 

Wheeler, H, H 13 

Worthcn, l'eter W 16 

Young, E . R. <fc Sons 6 



NAMES OF SUBSCRIBERS. 



CHICAGO, ILLINOIS. 

Agency i Commercial. 
TAPPAN, McKILLOP & CO., 47 State. 

Grocers, Wholesale- 
BOWEN BROS., 15 and 19 Randolph. 

Hotel. 

MATTESON HOUSE, Robert Hill, cor. 
Randolph and Dearborn. See advertise- 
ment, page 15 

Railroads. 
CHICAGO AND PACIFIC, Chas Tappan 

Gen'l Freight Agent. 
GREAT WESTERN, See advertisement, 

page 12. 
MICHIGAN CENTRAL. See advertisement, 
page 12. 

DENVER, COLORADO. 
Denver is centrally, and pleasantly sit- 
uated ; has good natural advantages, and is 
the most thriving town, between Salt Lake 
City and Omaha. Estimated population of 
Denver, 5,000. 

Agricultural Stores- 
TAPPAN & CO., F. st. See advertisement, 
page 3. 

Banks, National. 
COLORADO NATIONAL, Luther Koun- 
tze President, n w cor F. and Holladay. 
FIRST NATIONAL, J. B. Chaffee, Presi- 
dent, cor. Blake and F. See advertise- 
ment, page 2. 

Booksellers. 
WOOLWORTH & MOFFAT, n w cor. Lar- 
amie. 

Clothier 

ANKER M., bet. Blake and Hollady. See ad- 
vertisement, foot of page 14 and 132. 

Forwarding and Commission. 
DANIEL & BROWN, Blake, bet E. and F. 
DTJRKEE & HALLIDAY, Blake. 
FRINK, B. P., Blake. See advertisement, 

page 4. 
GOSS, C. J. Holladay, bet F. and G, 
WILLIAMS, MILLER & CO", Blake. 

Grocers, Wholesale- 

DANIEL & BROWN, bet E. and F. 
Durkee & Halliday, Blake, bet F. and G. 
WILLIAMS, MILLER & CO., Blake, bet F. 
and G. 

Hardware. 

TAPPAN & CO. F. street, and Lawrence, 

Central City. See advertisement, page 2. 

Hotels. 

PACIFIC HOUSE, Noble & Marlow, cor 

Lawrence and G. 
PLANTER'S HOUSE, Peacock & Meek, sec 
Blake and G. 

Restaurant. 
McNASSER, Blake, bet F. and G. 
Transportation Line. 
WOOLWORTH & BARTON, Holladay, bet 
F. and G. 

Watch Makers. 
HENSE, J. H. & CO., F. bet Blake and Hole 
lady. See advertisement, page 4- 
Watches, Jewerly and Diamonds. 
HENSE, J. H. & CO., F, bet Blake and Hol- 
laday. See advertisement, page 4. 

NEW YORK. 
Agency, Mercantile. 
BRADSTREET, J. M. & Son, 247 Broad- 
way. 
DUN, R. G. &CO., 293 Broadway. 



Booksellers and Stationers. 

OWENS & AGAR, 110 William, cor of John 

See advertisement, page 4. 

Boots and Shoes. 

BENEDICT, HALL & CO., 279 and 281 

Broadway. 

Express. 
WELLS, FARGO & CO., 84 Broadway. 

Forwarding. 
NYE FORWARDING CO. Office No 17 

Nassau. See advertisement, page 11. 
THE WOOLWORTH & BARTON Uverland 
and Transportation Line, office 254 Broad- 
way. See advertisement, page 10. 
Hotel. 
METROPOLITAN HOTEL, S. Leland &Co. 
Broadway. 

O VI AHA, NEBRASKA 
Bankers. 
MILLARD, CALDWELL & CO. See adver- 
tisement, inside back cover. 
Banks, National. 
FIRST NATIONAL, E. Ceighton, Presi- 
dent, Farnham st. See advertisement, 
page 3. 
OMAHA NATIONAL, cor Douglas and 13th 
See advertisement, inside back cover 
Crockery and Glassware- 
CONVERSE, A. R. & CO., Farnham. See 

advertisement page 134. 
KETCHAM & BURNS, Farnham. See ad- 
vertisement, page 134. 
Foundry. 
Omaha Foundry and Machine Works, Hall 
&. Brother, 16th st. 

Hardware. 
HURFORD & BRO., Douglas. 

Machinists. 
HALL & BROTHER, 16th. st. 

Railroad. 
UNION PACIFIC R. R, W. Snyder, Gen'l 
Ticket Agent, office near the Herndon 
House. See advertisement, outside back 
cover. 

PHILADELPHIA. 

Clothiers, Wholesale. 
FRANK BROS. & CO,, 104 and 106 North 
Third. 

ST. JOSEPH, MISSOURI. 
NORTH MISSOURI R. R. See advertise- 
ment, page 13. 

ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI. 
Agency, Advertising. 
WILLIAMS, J. S., n e cor, 5th and Chest- 
nut. 

Agency, Mercantile. 
BRADSTREET, J . M. . & Son, (Branches in 
all large cities,) n e cor. 3rd and Olive. 
DUN, R. G. & CO., (H. F. Armstrong,) s w 
cor. Second and Pine. 
Bookseller. 
Torrey, Jos. F., No. 29 North Fourth. 

Grocers, Wholesale. 
ERFORT & PETR1XG, Nos. 619 and 621 Sec- 
ond. See advertisement, page 18. 
McCARTNEY JAMES, 415 and 417 Second . 

Hotels. 
EVERET HOUSE, I. B. Gildersleve, Fourth 
bet Olive and Locust. See advertisement, 
page. 14. 
LINnELL HOTEL, Hatch, Weaver, Felt & 
Co., fronting on Washington Ave.iue, 
Sixth, Seventh and Green sts. See adver- 
tisement, page 18. 

Stationery. Periodicals and Cheap Publi- 
cations, (Wholesale and Retail 
TORREY, JOS. P., 19th North First.) 



CLASSIFIED LIST OF ADVERTISERS, 



SALT LAKE CITY. 
Agricultural Stores. 

TAOE. 

Eldreilgo & Clawson 6 

Young E. R. & Sons 6 

Assay Office. 
Dohm & M Uitor 15 

Grenig, Daniel 133 

Bankers. 

IIu6sey, Dahler & Oo 16 

Jennings, Win 8 

Nounnan, Orr &Co 5 

Booksellers. 

Brown, T. I)., & son 15 and 133 

Worthen, Peter W 16 

Boots and Shoes. 

Sloan, Wm font cover 

Tripp, E. B. 5i Co 7 

Clothing- (Wholesale) 
Siegel Bros 17 anJ 132 

Commission Merchants. 

Bourne .V: Needham 16 

Cronyn Geo., & Co 7 

Boss "& Barratt 16 

Dentist. 
Groves, Wm. H 8 

Druggist. 
Godbe, W. S front cover 

Dry Goods, Groceries and General 
Merchandise. 

Auiri ach & Bros 10 

Bassett 4 Roberts 9 

Bodenbnrg & Kahn 16 

Brown, T T)., \ Son 15 and 133 

Bourne & Needham 16 

Chislett >V Clark 133 

Cronyn Geo., & Co 7 

Eldredge * Clawson 6 

Gilbert & Sons 5 

Kimball & Lawrence 6 

Jennings, ^Vm 8 

Ransohoff X. S. & Go 17 

Ross & Barratt 16 

Walker Bros front cover 

Young, E. R. & Sons 6 

Engraver, and Embroidery Stam- 
per. 
Druce, Henry 7 

Expresses. 

IJ amniar, J. M 133 

S. M. & Ex. Co 9 

Freighters. 
Young, E. R. & Sons 6 

Newspaper. 
"Union Vedette," P. L. Shoaff & Co., 
Publishers 5 

Restaurant- 
Montana Restaurant, Frank W. Smith 5 

Steam Mill. 
Latimer, Taylor ft Co 7 

Stoves and Tinware. 
Stevenson, Edward 17 

Tanner. 
Jennings, Wm 8 



Trimmings an"d Millinery Goods. 

PAOF. 

Elguttcr, Morris 11 

Watchmaker and Jeweler. 
Meeks, John 9 

OGDENCITY U T. 

General Merchandise. 
West & Hopkins 11 

Grist Mill. 
West & Young 11 

Hotel. 

West, Chauncey W 11 

CHICAGO, ILLINOIS. 

Hotel. 
Matteson House, Robert Hill 15 

Railroads. 

Chicago and North AVestern 12 

Michigan Central 12 

DENVER, COLORADO. 

Banks, National. 

Colorado National 2 

First National 2 

Clothier. 
Anker, M f. ot of page, and 14 and 132 

Forwarding and Commission. 

Frink, B. P 4 

Goss, C. J 4 

Hardware. 
Tappan & Co 3 

Watches, Jewelry and Diamonds. 
Hense, J. H. & Co 4 

NEW YORK. 

Booksellers and Stationers. 
Owens & Agar 4 

Forwarding. 

Nye Forwarding Co 11 

The Wnolworth & Barton Overland 

and Transportation Co 10 

OMAHA, NEBRASKA. 

Millard, Caldwell &- Co ' 135 

Banks, National. 

First National 3 

Omaha National 135 

Crockery and Glassware. 

Converse, A. R. & Co 134 

Ketcham & Burns 134 

Railroad- 
Union Pacific R. R back cover 

ST JOSEPH M SSOURI. 

Railroad. 
North Missouri R. R 13 

ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI. 

Grocers. 
Erfort & Petring IS 

Hotels. 

Everet nouse, I. B. Gild- rseleeve 14 

Lindell Hotel, Uatch, Weaver, Felt & Co 18 



CHRONOLOGICAL TABLE OF EVENTS. 



MORMON CHRONOLOGY. 



1823. Joseph Smith's first statement. 
1827. Jos. Smith's statement concerning plates. 
1830. Book of Mormon published. 

1831-2. A place selected in Jackson county, Missouri, and 
named Zion. Corner stone of Temple laid. 

1883-5. The Mormons go to Clay connty, Missouri. 

1836—7. Mormons go to Caldwell, Missouri. 

1838—9. Danite Society organized. 

1740—1. Nauvoo City laid out on the Mississippi. 

1844—4. Joseph and Hyruni Smith shot in Carthage jail. 

1 846. Mormons emigrate to Missouri bottom. 

1847. 143 Mormons depart for the mountains. 



SALT LAKE CITY, AND UTAH CHRONOLOGY. 

June 1847. Mormons commenced ploughing, planting, and 
building houses in Salt Lake City. 

July 14th. Brigham Young arrives in the city. 

July 31st. Commenced surveying the site of Salt Lake City. 

December 24th. Heber C. Kimball chosen first counsellor to 
Brigham Young. 

Council House — It was built by the Mormon Church, and is 
used by the Territorial Legislature. 

1848. Fort completed. 

1849. Utah valley occupied. 

1850. Brigham Young appointed governor of Utah Territory, 
by the President. 

Iron mines worked. 

1850. The legislature incorpora e the University of Deserct. 

June 15th 1850. " Deseret News " first published, 

September 1850. An act passed in Congress, for the organ- 
izing of the Territory of Utah. 

January 16th 1851. Great Salt Lake was incorporated as a 
city. Jedidiah M. Grant, first mayor of S. L. City, which had 
then, 19 wards. 



22 SALT LAKE CITY DIRECTORY. 

1851. United States Judges arrive. 

1852. Polygamy openly discussed. 

It was proposed October 8tb 1852, at a general conference of 
the Mormons, to build a Temple. The ground was surveyed by 
Brigbam Young, in the presence of the citizens, February 1858. 

April Gth 1853. Corner stone laid. The edifice will cover an 
area, when completed, of 21,850 feet. 

Social Hall is 73 feet by -J 3, built of arlobies. 

The Territorial Arsenal, on the bench, in the 19th ward, is 
now used as a slaughter house. 

Endowment House, on the north west corner of Temple 
block . 

Court House on First South street. 

1853. The city wall, which was commenced in 1853, was 12 feet 
high, six feet thick at the base, and tapered toward the top; it 
is now in a dilapidated condition. 

Col. Steptoe was appointed to succeed Brigham Young, by 
president Pierce, but did not accept the appointment. 

April 1854 J. M. Grant chosen by Brigham Young, as his 
second counsellor. 

1855. The population of G. S. L. City, variously estimated 
at from 10 to 15,000. 

July 2nd. Legislative Assembly met, and elected A. W. Bab- 
bit delegate to Congress, who was forthwith dispatched to Wash- 
ington with the constitution and memorial, to that body. 

February 1855. Universal Scientific Society organized. 

" Phylosophical Society " organized. 

" Deseret Philharmonic Society " 

" Deseret Typographical Association, 

" Medical Institution. " 

1856. Handcart emigration company leave Florence, Iowa, for 
Utah. 

1856. A pamphlet called Pitman's Phonographic Instructor, 
published by J. V. Long. 

" Jacob Lance, havii g apostatized from Mormonism, was im- 
prisoned upon a false pretense, just as he was leaving for Cal- 
ifornia, and that night w r as killed, whilst held in confinement by 
a strong guard." 

June 9th 1856. Handcart emigration company leave camp, 
near Iowa City. 

June 11th 1856. Handcart emigration company leave City 
Camp, Iow r a,for Utah. 

Deseret News, October 1st, 1*56. Remarks by J. M. Grant, 
Bowery, Sunday Morning, Sept. 21s , 1856. 

" I would ask how many Covenant breakers there are in this 
city, and in this kingdom. I believe there are a great many ; 
and if they are covenant breakers, we need a place designated, 
where we can she 1 their bio d." 

Deseret News, October 1st 1856 Remarks by Brigham Young, 
Bowery, Sunday Afternoon, Sep . 21ftt, 1856. 

"There are sins that men commit, for which they cannot re- 



SALT LAKE CITY DIRECTORY. 23 

ceive forgivness in this world, or in that which is to come ; and 
if they had their eyes open to see their true condition, they 
would be perfectly willing to have their blood spilt upon the 
ground, that the smoke thereof might ascend to heaven as an of- 
fering for their sins; and the smoking incense would atone for 
their sins, whereas, if such is not the case, they will stick to them 
and remain upon them in the spirit world. I know, when you 
hear my brethren talking about cutting people off from the 
earth that you- consider it a strong doctrine; but it is to save 
them not to destroy them." 

Oct. 15th 1856. Third Handcart emigration company arrive in 
S. L. City. 

18"6. 5'h and 6th Handcai't companies arrive in S. L. City. 

Deseret News, Nov. 19th, 1856. Remarks by Brigham, Young, 
Tabernacle Nov. 9th, 1856. (Reported by G. D. Watt. ) 

" Some of the Elders seem to be tript up in a moment, if the 
wicked can find any fault with the members of this church; but 
bless your souls, I would not yet have this people faultless, for 
the day of separation has not yet arrived. I have many a 
time, in this stand, dared the world to produce as mean devils 
as we can ; we can beat them at anything. We have the great- 
est and smoothest liars in the world, the cunningest and most 
adroit thieves, and any other character that you can mention. 

We can pick out Elders in Israel, right here, who can beat the 
world at gambling, who can handle the cards, cut and shuffle 
them with the greatest rogue on the face of God's footstool. I 
can produce Elders here, who can shave the smartest shavers, 
and take their money from them ; we can beat the world at any 
game. We can beat them, because we have men here, that live 
in the light of the Lord ; that have the Holy Priesthood, and 
hold the keys of tie Kingdom of God." 

1857. Tabernacle was built in 1857. It is 126 feet long, 64 
feet high, arched with a pillar, and will accommodate about 2, 
500 persons. A wooden building has been attached to it, and a 
large bowery, capable of containing 6,000 persons. 

1857. In the fall of 1857, — Yates, a mountaineer, was taken 
prisoner near the camp of the army at -Hans' Fork, and murder- 
ed in Echo Canyon, by one of the party who held him as a pris- 
oner. 

September 7th 1857. An emigrant party arrived in Mountain 
Meadow about 300 miles southeast from Salt Lake City, and 
camped at the south end of the valley. They had property va- 
riously estimated, at from 200, to 700 head, and thirty wagons. 
They were attacked by whites and Indians, and fought several, 
days, having been without water from five to seven days. An In- 
dian who spoke English, came in their corral, and they made an 
arrangement or treaty with said Indian. The whites and Indi- 
ans to have their property, and permit them to return to Paint- 
er's Creek, and Cedar City. After they had done this, the treaty 
was basely broken, and 120 men, women, and children, were 
killed. Several in attempting to escape, were overtaken and 



24 SALT LAKE CITY DIRECTORY. 

massacred. Sixteen children, ranging from three to eight years 
old, were spared. 

Dec. 4th, 1857. News of the massacre at Mountain Meadow, 
was received from Geo. W. Hancock, a merchant in the town of 
Pay son, a few days after its occurrence. A Uiah Indian, who 
had been absent for some da; s, gathering pine nuts west of 
lake Sevier, returned, an 1 said that the Mormons had killed all 
the emigrants. Another Utah Indian came in and confirmed 
the report. Brigham Young, at the time of the Mountain Mead- 
ow massacre, claimed to be, and was acting as Superintendent 
of Indian affairs. 

18 57. A party in the fall of 1857, consisting of five men named 
John Aiken, Honesty John, Mr. Eichard and ano'her gentleman 
from Mariposa County, Cal., who came to this place on business 
connected with the army ; one was killed in Salt Lake City, a. d 
his body thrown into Jordan river. The other four were taken 
South, and two of them were murdered between Nephi (Salt 
creek settlement), and Fillmore, by a party of white Indians, 
who attacked them on the road. The other two having made 
their escape, fled back to Nephi, where they were also killed. 

Two Irishmen, teamsters, who were discharged at Fort Bridger 
from the employ of Messrs. Russell, Majors and Wardell attemp- 
ted to make their way through to California, were murdered four 
miles below Fillmore City. 

1857 and 1858, "In the winter of 1857 and '58, 
one Franklin McNeil was incarcerated in piison; being 
put in irons, during the Mormon war, for no other crime than 
being an American citizen. Mr. McNeil sued Brigham Young for 
false imprisonment, on the 2nd of August. The day preced ng 
the appointed time for trial he was called to the door of his 
boarding house by some unknown person, and shot down. He 
died of his wounds next morning, and thus the suit was abated. 
The murderer was never discovered." 

" A man by the name of Drown brought suit upon a promis- 
sory note for $480 against the Danite captain, Bill Hickman. The 
case being submitted to the court, Drown obtained a judgment. 
A few days after, Drown and Arnold were stopping at the house 
of a friend in S. L. City, where Hickman, with seven or eight 
of his band, rode up to the house, and called for Drown to come 
out. Drown refused. The Danites thereupon dismounted from 
their horses, broke down the doors, and shot down both 
Drown and Arnold. Drown died of his wounds next morning, 
and Arnold a few days after. No prosecution was attempted 
for the above crimes. 

David McKenzie was arrested in the summer of 1858, charged 
with engraving plates for counterf iting Government drafts on 
the treasury of St. Louis. The evidence showed that the engrav- 
ing had been done in the upper part of the Deseret store, in S. 
L. City. This store is within the inclosure of Brigham Young's 
premises. Judge Eckels, who issued the warrant, directed the 
Marshal, Peter K. Dotson, to seize the plates, and any other 



SALT LAKE CITY DIRECTORY. 25 

matter that might be found in the room where the engraving 
had been done, which would establish the offence. The Ma-shal 
accordingly went to the room and siezed the plates. He also 
found another plate there, belonging, as it since appears, to 
Brigham Young, and used for striking off the Deseret currency ; 
and observing that the copper plate upon which the counterfeit 
engraving had been made, had been cut off one side of Brigham's 
Deseret currency plate, he brought away with him the currency 
plate. Afer the trial, Brigham refused to take them back, but 
brought his action against the Marshal, P. K. Dotson, in the Pro- 
bate Court. 

Probate Courts throughout the Territory, held in violation of 
the organic act, are dignified into courts of co-equal jurisdiction 
with the Federal Courts. An appeal can be made from these 
courts to the District court, but the appeal is almost always re- 
fused. Brigham obtained judgment againt Marshal Dotson, for 
$2,600. An appeal is refused; execution is issued. Dotson's 
property was sold, and he was turned out of his house—a property 
that would have rented for $500 per annum ; Brigham's agent hav- 
ing bought it in." The above is from the " Valley Tan." 

1858. The murder by a Mormon bishop of one of his wives 
in the spring of 1858, be.-ause she had apostatized; he cut her 
throat as she knelt at his feet imploring him to spare her life. 

Henry Jones and his mother were murdered about the 13th of 
August, 1858. 

August, 1859. Marshal Dotson sent in his resignation August 
1st 1859. He returns nearly one hundred warrants for about 
one hundred murderers, un executed. For the reason, no ability 
to serve them. He closes in a letter to Buchanna-, as follows : 
"I cannot remain an officer of the government without the pow- 
er to maintain its dignity." 

April tth 1859. Affidavit of Nathaniel Case. Nathaniel Case 
said, that the Sunday after the murder, at a church meeting in 
Payson, Charles Hancock, then bishop, said, as to the murder of 
Jones and his mother, he cared nothing about it : and it would 
have been done in broad daylight, if circumstances would have 
permitted it. This was said from the stand; there were one hun- 
dred and fifty or two hundred persons present. He gave no 
reason for killing them. 

March 18th, ls59. Sixteen children were collected at Santa 
Clara, in pursuance of the direction of J. Forney, Superintendent 
of Indian affairs. 

1859. J. Forney says, that the purpose of his visit was, to 
see, and learn the condition and character of the Piute tribe of 
Indians, and to bring certain children to S. L. City. Toward 
the close, he says, that the above tribe of Indians have been, and 
are charged with the above crime. " Last August, my attention 
was called to the Mountain Meadow affair, officially. Since then, 
I have made diligent enquiry, got the written statement of per- 
sons living in ths neighborhood, and finally visited the southern 
county; and now, after full enquiry and examination, I deem it 



26 SALT LAKE CITY DIRECTORY. 

to be niy imperative; duty to say, that the Indians had material 
aid and assistance, from the whites, and in my opinion the Piute 
Indians wouldnot have perpetrated the terrible massacre with- 
out such aid and assistance." Mr. Jacob Hamlin, and others of 
Santa Clara, expressed much anxiety to bring t e guilty to jus- 
tice. 

March 29th 1859. Before Judge Cradlebaugh, Judge of 2nd 
Judicial District ; Andrew J. Moore, Thomas Hollinshead , Utah 
county, Amos B. More, Provo City, Utah county, concerning the 
murder of Henry Jones and his mother. It is said, that there 
was a secret council held in the upper chamber of bishop Han- 
cock's house, the night prior to the meeting. 

1859. Before Judge Cradelbaugh, 2nd Judicial District, Pro- 
vo City, Utah county. The affidavits of Alva V. Warren, Z. F. 
Warren, James W. Webb, Abraham Durfee, and Thomas O. Ban- 
nion, residents of Springville, were received, regarding the Par- 
ish murder. Abraham Durfee makes confession concerning the 
Parish murder. 

Sta.ement regarding the execution of laws in Utah. "It has 
been said that we have courts in Utah; and the questson is fre- 
quently asked, wh- do not the courts act? The uniform testimony 
of the judges, is to the effect that the courts are powerless. More 
than fifteen Federal Judges, who have gone to the Territory, 
have so stated." 

May 6th. Charles Brewer. A. S. Surgeon, sent in his report 
of the Mountain Meadow massacr;-. 

July 6th 1859. B. P. Campbell Capt. 2nd dragoons, com- 
manding Santa Clara expedition, sent in his raport, establishing 
the fact of Mormon complicity in the Mountain Meadow mas- 
sacre. Mr. Rogers, the deputy Marshal, was also engaged in 
hunting up the children survivors of the massacre; they were all 
found in the custody of the Mormons. " Three or four of the 
eldest, recollect and relate all the incidents of the massacre, cor- 
roborating the statements of the Indians, ad the statements 
made by the citizens of Cedar City to me." John Calvin Sorrow, 
a bo> eight or nine years old, one of the sixteen children spared 
at Mountain Meadow massacre, after he found that he was safe, 
and before he was brought away from salt Lake City, said, ' 'Oh, 
I wish I was a man! I know what I would do; I would shoot 
John D. Lee; I saw him shoot my mother." 

General Carter visited Mountain Meadow, and erected a mon- 
ument to the memory of the dead. "It was constructed by rais- 
ing a large pile of rocks, in the center of which, was erected a 
beam 12 or 15 feet in height. Upon one of the stones he caused 
to be engraved, " Here lies the bones of 1"J0 men, women and 
chi dren from Arkansas, murdered on the 10th day of September, 
1857." Upon a cross tree he caused to be painted, Vengencc is 
mine saith the Lord, and I will repay it. " This monument is 
said to have been destroyed, the first time Brigham visited that 
part of the Territory." 

December 4th 1859. A paper called the Valley Tan, (Gentile 



SALT LAKE CITY DIRECTORY. 27 

paper), was first published in Utah Territory, by Kirk An- 
derson. It was issued every Friday at $8 per year. 

N. L. Christianson, a policeman of S. L. City, was arrested, 
charged with murdering Andrew Bernhard, a deaf and dumb boy. 
Judge Sinclair remarked, "that no inauest was ever held." 

October 26th 1862. Camp Douglas' established by Col. P. E. 
Connor. 

Jan. 29th, 1863, Battle of Bear river. 

W. Hart, formerly a Mormon, worked his way to Sacra uento, 
Cal., and writes a letter on th evils of polygamy, Sept. 23rd, 1863. 

Friday, Nov. 2 'th, 1863. First number of the Union Vadet*e 
issued. Published weekly, at Camp Douglas, by officers and en- 
listed men of the California and Nevada volunteers. 

Monday, Dec. 7th. Jason R- Bunting murdered Samuel R. 
Bunting, at Townsend's Hot . 1, Monday morning. 

Monday, Dec. 14th. Utah Legislature assembled at the Coun- 
cil House. 

Jan. 29th 1864. First anniversary of victory over the Indians at 
Bear river, celebrated at Camp Douglas. 

Son of David Kimball burned to death. 

Salt Lake House sold to Brigham Young, by James Town- 
send, who is sent on a proselyting tour to Englan ; . 

132nd auiversary of the birth of Washington, celebrated at 
Camp Do gla- . 

April 8. The remains of the soldiers of the command at Camp 
Douglas, who were killed last summe by the Indians while 
guarding the overland mail rout •, were solemnly interred in the 
camp cemetary, with military honors. 

June 22nd, 1864. Mr. Richards presented a memorial to the 
Secretary of war, requesting him to remove the present location 
of Camp Douglas, saying that the Camp was within the corpo- 
rate limits of G-. S. L. City. 

July 4th 186 4. "Daily Telegraph " first published, and the 
Semi- weekly, October 9th of the same year. 

1864. The estimated population of Gb. Salt Lake county for 
1S63, was 17,983. Population of Territory, 79 19 . 

Dashaway association organized at Camp Douglas. 

Overland mail was robbed at Y-llow Creek station, 45 miles 
west of Bridge. 

Camp Cemetary completed. 

Establishment of stage line. 

C. M. White discharged from custody on habeas corpus, by 
Chief Justice Titus. 

C. M. White was again arrested, and discharged fro a custody, 
by Chief Justice Titus. 

Oct. 1st, 1865. G. W. Chamberlain shot Mr. Lgan, a bar- 
tender. 

Oct. 17th, G. Harrison & Tullidge, publish a pamphlet of 16 
pages, called the " Peep o' day." 

Oct. 28th 1864. Frederick Jones was assas mated. 

Dec 10th. Young Men's Literary Association of G't. S. L. City 



28 SALT LAKE CITY DIRECTORY. 

was formed. President, Dr. J. P. Tierman, E. Ransohoff, secre- 
tary. Inaugurated at Dafft's Hall. 

Dec. 12th. Meeting of the legislature. 

Monday morning, issuing of Gov. Doty's message. 

Jan. 22nd, 1865. Camp brass band, organized 

The Rev. Norman McLeod held divine service in the rooms of 
the Young Men's Literary Association, in the morning, and at 
Camp Douglas in the afternoon. 

Monday 6tU, 1865, A Christian Society was organized, consti- 
tution adopted, and a board of twelve trustees elected for the en- 
suing year. The society is formed as auxilliary to the first Church 
of Christ in Utah. Established under the ministration of Rev. 
Norman Mc Leod. 

Feb. 17th 1865. Scarcely a day passes, but two or three suf- 
fering poor people of S. L. City, visit Camp Douglas, applying 
for relief, and even for the chips at the wood pile. 

Feb. 14th 1865. First Congregational Church of Jesus Christ 
was organized in Utah. 

March 4th. Grand National celebration by the officers of 
Camp Douglas, and the loyal citizens of G. S. L. City. Chaplain, 
Rev. Norrnon McLeod ; Orator of the day, Chief Justice John 
Titus. 

Monday March 13th, 1865. The dwelling of Mr. Willard in 
the city, was destroyed by fire, and the little daughter of W. 
Papworth, lying sick in the house, was burned to death. 

March 20th, 1865. Barney Kelley, a soldier, committed su- 
icide in the Provost Guard quarters S. L. City, by deliberately 
shooting himself with a revolver. He had been drinkin ; to ex- 
cess, previous to this occurrance. 

April 15th 1865. Sad news of the assassination of President 
Lincoln was received ; flags were displayed at half mast at Camp 
Douglas, and in the city. 

May 22nd, 1865. The Y. M. L. Association of S. L. City, 
held their semi-annual election of officers. 

May 24th. The building of ike grand T-mple at the port, was 
entered, and the box containing the charter of Garrison Lodge, 
I. O. 0. G. T., was broken, and the melodeon demolished. 

June 6th. The Union Vedette enlarged in size. 

June 15th. Governor Doty's funeral took place. He was buried 
at Camp Douglas Cemetary. 

June 30th, 1865. Receipt of Internal Revenue for the year 
ending June 30th, $41, 525,093. 

October 1865. " Deseret Semi-weekly News" first published. 

November. New office of the Vedette newspaper, business 
and job printing office, moved rom Camp Douglas, to the stor- 
age building, rear of Howard Livingston's, entrance from the 
main alley, running back of the Salt Lake House, north and 
south. 

Deb. 12th. Annual message of Governor Durkee to the legis- 
lature. 

An attempt was made upon the lives of Rev. Norman McLeod 



Salt lake city directory. 29 

and Mr. S. S. Lees, by some person, or persons unknown. 

January 15th, 1866. Gov. Durkee vetoes the Irrigation bill. 

Sunday January 21st. Anniversary of the introduction of 
Christianity into Utah, of the gospel of Christ, Rev. Norman Mc- 
Leod officiating. 

February 2nd. Lecture on Mormonism, by Rev. Norman Mc- 
Leod, in Independence Hall, to a densely crowded house. 

March 27th, 1866. Squire Newton Brassfield was married by 
Judge McCurdy of the Supreme Court, to Mary, second wife of 
A. N. Hill, a Mormon then in Europe. A short time after the 
marriage, Brassfield went with his wife to her late residence to 
\ et her clothes and household goods, which had been packed up 
ready for removal. While there, he was arrested by the city po- 
lice, charged with resisting tin officer, and lodged all night in 
jail. March — , Mrs Brassfield applies to the military authorities 
for protection. 

April 2nd, 1866. 8^ o'clock on Monday, S. N. Brassfield, 
while being accompanied home to the National Hotel, from Inde- 
pendence Hall, by U. S. Marshal Hosmer, was shot by an assas- 
sin, who fled in the direction of Salt Lake Theater, turning the 
corner, and continuing in a northerly direction and making his 
escape. S. N. Brassfield was lawfully joined in marriage by 
Judge McCurdy, one of the Associate judges of the United States 
Courts, in, and for Utah Territory, to a lady of S. L. City, who 
was claimed by the Mormon leaders, as the wife in polygamy of a 
Mormon then absent in a foreign land. The above Mormon had 
a wife living at the time of his alleged marriage with Mrs. Brass- 
field. The above paragraph, from the " Vedette." 

There are two Theaters in Salt Lake City, Gentile and Mormon ; 
the latter, called Salt Lake Theater, belongs to Brigham Yonng. 

April 4th, 1866. Independence Hall, funeral of S. M. Brass- 
field; he was buried at Camp Cemetary. 

Monday April 8th, 1866. I. M. Weston, editor of the Vedette, 
received a letter written in red ink, symbolical of blood, contain- 
ing one word, written thus : " O^Skecladlee ! " written on a sheet 
of letter paper, enclosed in an ervelope which was backed, Editor 
Daily Union Vedette, Great Salt Like City. 

April 10th, 1866. Great Salt Lake City habeas corpus case ; 
Mary E. Brassfield obtains the care and control of her children, 
William, and Mary E., by decision of S. P. McCurdy, Associate 
Justice of the Supreme Court for U. T. 

May 18U6. Miners' National Bank of Salt Lake, certificate 
from the Comptroler, authorizing the above. 

May 31st. The first Hebrew child, two weeks old, was circum- 
cized in Salt Lake City. 

July 1866. Miss Sarah E. Carmichael's Poems, first published. 

July. First party of Chinamen arriv d in S. L. City. 

Aug. 24th. 1866. About the 23rd of August 186t), J. E, Em- 
erson and John D. Deaver, pre-empted a quarter of a section of 
land, each, on the west bank of Jordan river, three miles west of 
G. S. L. City. Their land laid together. On the night of the 



SO SALT LAKE CITY DIRECTORY. 

24th of September, they were awakened by having pistols pre- 
sented at their faces. There was about 4D men in the band, al- 
together. Frederick B. S. Schlos uiller was wi h the above gen- 
tlemen, he was taken down to the river, and pushed into it; 
starting to swim to the other side, he was fired upon, and com- 
pelled to return. 

J. G. Deaver jumped into the river, swam across, and succeed- 
ed in making his escape. J. C. Emerson was taken to the river, 
his feet were tied to a rope, and he was then thrown over the 
bank, being hauled in and out of the water five or six times. 
He was then taken back to his house, a blanket throwa over his 
head, and compelled to remain and witness the destruction of 
his property. Capt. Brown ;md Dr. J. W. Williamson, were tied 
and forced to the bank ot the Jordan river, with the avowed de- 
termination of drowning them. Capt. Brown asked one of the 
men that held him, by what authority he acted. His reply was, 
" ask no questions, we are obeying orders." They were then 
told to leave the city within 48 hours, or they would put them 
out of the way. 

Friday Sept. 7th. Warm Springs case, involving the right of 
American citizens to locate on public lands, was introduced to- 
day, Judge Titus on the Bench. 

" SejDt, 25th. An open letter was sent to Brigham Young, by 
Albert Brown, regarding an outrage committed upon him and his 
companion. Dr. J. M. Williamson, formerly surgeon of the 2nd 
Cal. cavalry." 

Oct. 3rd. Monday night, about half past eleven o'clock, the 
editor of the Vedette, foreman, and one compositor, while walk- 
ing along Second South street on their way to the office, were, 
with the exception of the compositor, suddenly seized by a band 
of ten or twelve anned ruffians, who dragged them several blocks, 
to a remote part of the city, where th -y were beaten, and forced 
to promise an immediate emigration from Utah; after which they 
were permitted to go at large. 

Thursday, between 11 and 12 p. m. The bowling saloon of the 
Minnehaha Association was visited by a band of men, and 
demolished. 

Friday 19th, 1886. In the case of J. K. Robinson, vs Great 
Salt Lake City, involving the legality of ;he city charter, Chief 
Justice Titus decided that the charter was legal, and that the 
contestants must take issue on the merits of the case. 

October 22nd 1866. Dr. J. K. Robinson was murdered. 

October, 1866. After the murder of Dr. J. K. Robinson, a 
feeling of personal insecurity prevailed anions* nearly all the 
Gentile portion of the community in Salt Lake City. 

At the Inquest of Dr. J. K. Robinson. It was disclosed at the ex 
amination of police officers of Great Salt Lake City, that the ci y 
was guarded day and night, by a police force, consisting of a 
Captain of police, and eight policemen, all told. Three police- 
men at a time on duty ; one at the City Hall, and two in the 
neighborhood of East Temple street. On the night of the mur- 



SALT LAKE CITY DIRECTORY. 31 

der of Dr. Robinson, nearly the entire police force were at the 
circus till abont 11 o'clock, and afterwards at the City Hall, until 
Mr. Weimer appeared, and announced the assassination. Four 
policeman immediately proceeded to the scene of the murder, 
and remained an hour or so; returned to the City Hall, and 
went to bed. There was no search made for the assassins, and 
after 2 o'clock there was no watchman at all, even to patrol the 
streets, nor any effort to discover the murderers. There 
is an organization, known as secret, or Ward Police, consisting, 
according to one witness, of about fi\e hundred; another gives a 
still higher figure It is well known that there is a person, call- 
ed a " teacher," to be found in nearly, if not quite every block in 
the city. 



SALT LAKE CITY, XT. T. 

Salt Lake City lies at the western base of the Wasatch moun- 
tains, in a curve formed by a spur from the main range, which 
forms its northern boundary. It is in 40' 45' 44' and 112' w. 
Altitude, 4,300 feet. 

The City is four miles square, streets 132 feet wide, with, 
the exception of those in the nineteenth and twentieth wards, 
and cross each other at right angles, forming blocks of 10 acres, 
at first subdivided into lots of 1£ acres each, which are generally 
.reduced in area, as the city becomes more populous.. 

It was settled in June, 1847, by a band of 143 per- 
sons, who commenced ploughing, planting, and building houses, 
the same month. The first habitations were placed so as to form 
4 forts, including an area of about 40 acres. Fifteen months 
afterwards, the population was said to have increased to 
about 5,000 souls. 

The Mormons practice polygamy in the City, and Utah. 

Ecclesiastically, the city, with the Mormons, is a Stake ; having 
its President, two counsellors, and a high council. The Mor- 
mons in each ward,, are presided over by a bishop of their 
denomination, who is assisted by two counsellors. 

Tithing office of the Mormon Church, Historian and Record- 
er's office, and the head office of the Perpetual Emigration Fund 
Company, are located here 

Brigham Young is President of the Mormon Church, and trust- 
ee in trust for the same ; also President of the Perpetnal Em- 
igration Fund Company, etc. 

There is a school house in nearly every ward in the city ; the 
largest will accommodate 300 scholars, the smallest, about 40. 

1867. Estimated population of Salt Lake City, 20,000. 



CAMP DOUGLAS 



Camp Douglas was established October 26th, 1862, by Col. P 
E. Connor. It was built for 10 companies The Government re- 
serve at Camp Douglas, Utah, extends, commencing at a point 



32 SALT LAKE CITY DIRECTORY. 

one mile north of the flag staff, three miles east from that point, 
thence four miles south, thence four miles west, thence four mile i 
north, thence one mile east to point of starting. 
Distance from Salt Lake City, 2 J, miles. 



SALT LAKE CITY STREET DIRECTORY. 

The streets of Salt Lake City, with the exception of those in 
the 19th and 20th wards, are 132 feet wide. Commencing from 
Temple Block, the street on the east side, is called East Temple, 
and is the principal street in the city. The next street is called 
First East; then 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th, 8th and 9th East 
streets. On the south side of Temple Block, South Temple, 1st 
2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th, 8th and 9th South streets. On the 
west side, West Tempi-, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th, 8th , 9th, 
10th and 11th West streets. On the north side, North Temple, 
and 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th. 7th, 8th and 9th North streets. 

The following streets in their order, east of First West. 

In the 19th ward, the streets east of First West extending 
east, are as f Hows : First North, Apple, Grove, Currant, Apricot 
Plum, Peach, Pear, Cane and Short. Streets running north-west 
and south-east : Center, Beet and Back streets. North and 
south ; Carrot, Melon, Citron, Quince, Arsenal and Strawberry 
Streets. Between First North and Currant, running irregularly: 
Grape Vine, Branch, Crooked and Curve. 20th ward, first 
streets north of South Temple, and parallel to it; Fruit, Garden, 
and Bluff. East of City Creek, 20th ward,first street east; Wal- 
nut, next, Chestnut, also Pine, Spruce, Fir, Oak, Elm, Maple, 
Locust, Ash, Beach, Cherry, Cedar and Birch. 



SALT LAKE CITY, CORRECTIONS, etc. 

Allen J. P., clerk, res 14th wd s s 2nd S bet 1st and 2nd W 

Appleby Wm. P., miner, 11th wd, w s 1st W bet 1st and 2nd S 

Boughtou Homer, teamster for J. A. Young 

Britton Eichard, with J. Meeks, e s E Temple 

Brown J- S., n s 2nd S bet 1st E and E Temple 

Clark K. D., agent S. M. & Ex. Co., s s 2nd S 

Drannon & Howard, intelligence office, e s E Temple bet 1st and 

2ndS 
Emigration Square, bet 1st and 2nd E, 4th and 5th S 
Frodsham James, with J. Meeks, e s E Temple 
Hoge Enos D., attorney at law 
STLNE AARON, postmaster, e s E Temple, bet 1st S and S 

Temple 
Townsend James 
TRACY, THEODORE F., agent for Wells, Fargo & Co., n w c 

E Temple and 2nd S 
WALKER, S. S., (Walker Bros.), e s E Temple, bet 1st and 2nd S 



SALT LAKE CITY DIRECTORY. 



ABBREVIATIONS. 

B. Y. for Brigharu Young, bds., board; bet., between; c, corner; dwl., 
dwells; E., East; e.,east; b., bouse; N., Nortb ; n., north; nr., near; 
op ., opposite; res , residence ; S., South; s., south; s., side; S. L., Salt 
Lake; W., West; w., west; wd., ward. 



Able Elijah, carpenter and builder, 10th wd, s s 3rd S bet 8th 

and 9th E 
Abunot J. A., watchmaker, 20th wd, s s Fruit bet Beach and Cherry 
Adams B. L., farmer, Istwd 

Adams F. A., at Idaho House, s s 2nd S bet E Temple and 1st E 
Adams Win., 10th wd, n s 6th s e of 9th E 

Adamson T., laborer, 20 h wd, n s S Temple bet Ash and Beech 
Addoms John, accountant, 13th wd, res w s 2nd E bet S Temple 

and 1st S 
Admire Charles B., cooper, 17th wd, sec 2nd W and 1st N 
Ainstrong (A Bros.), cabinet maker, 13th wd, e s 1st E bet 2nd 

and 3d S 
Ainstrong (A Bros.), cabinetmaker, 13th wd, e s 1st E bet 2nd 

and 3d S 
Ainstrong (A Bros.), cabinet maker, 13th wd, e s 1st E bet 2nd 

and 3d S 
Albion J., tender, 6th wd, w s 2nd E bet 5th and 6th S 
Alder Samuel, blacksmith, res N Temple bet E and W Temple 
Aldrich B., laborer, 19th wd, e s 4th W bet 2d and 3d 
ALDKICH JOHN, butcher, Market Building, res 11th wd, 1st S 

bet 7th and 8th E 
Alexander Mrs. Lucy, widow, 12th w, s s 1st S bet 5th and 6th E 
Alexander Samuel, farmer, 17th wd, n s S Temple bet 1st W and 

W Temple 
Alford John, salesman at Geo. Goddard, res loth wd, 2d S bet 2d 

and 3d E 
Allar James, E Temple 

Allen Mrs. C., widow, 7th wd, n w c 1st W and 4th S. 
Allen James, teamster, 7th wd, e s Is W bet 3d and 4th S 

Anker, the leading Clotbier of Colorado, F St,, Denver, Col, 



31 SALT LAKE CITY DIRECTORY. 

ALLEN J. M. (J M. Allen & Co,), dealer in stoves and tinware, 

w s E Temple bet 1st and 2d S, res 7th \vd nee W Temple 

and 5th S 
Allen Mrs. Rachel, widow, 7th wd, n w c 1st W and 4th S 
Allen Samuel, laborer, 1st wd, n w c 7 S and 9 E 
Allen Mrs. S., widow, 14th wd, s s S Temple bet 1st W and W 

Temple 
AUen Thomas, 15th wd, w s 4th W bet 2d and 3d S 
Allen William, cabinet maker and carpenter, 20th wd, nee Ash 

and S Temple 
Alley C. H., carpenter, 8th wd, nee 1st E and 4th S 
Alley Geo. H., farmer, 8th wd, nee 1st E and 4th S 
Alley S. W., farmer, 8th wd, n e c 1st E and 4th S 
Almond James, gardener, 19th wd sec 3d W and 3d N 
Allmond J. B., clerk at J, M. Allen & Co., res 14th wd, s s 2d S 

bet 1st and 2d W 
Allphin John H., violinist, 14th wd, s s S Temple bet 1st W and 

W Temple 
Allphin Joshua H., laborer, 14th wd, s s S Temple bet 1st W and 

W Temple 
Alsbacher D. L., (A. & Co., of Helena, M. T.,) commission mer- 
chant, office at Bohn & Molitor, w s E Temple opp Salt 

Lake House. 
ALT JACOB, gunsmith ( Whittemore & A), 2d S bet 1st E and E 

Temple; res E Temple bet 1st and 2d E 
Anderson A., mason, 2nd wd, n s 8th S bet 3d and 4th E 
ANDERSON A, tailor and glove maker, 2nd S bet E Temple and 

1st E, res 2nd E 8th wd bet 4th and 5th S 
Anderson Christopher, laborer, 2d wd s s 6th S bet 5th and 

6th E 
Anderson Geo., city herder, 20th wd, s w c Oak and Bluff 
Anderson Henry, laborer, 11th wd, e s 8th E bet 2nd and 3d S 
Anderson Jacob, tailor, at H. Myers, res 7th wd, nee 1st W and 

5th S 
Anderson J., bootmaker, 2nd S bet 1st E and E Temple 
Anderson James, brass moujder, h 6th wd w s 3d W bet 3d and 

4th S. 
Anderson J. (J. A. & Olsen), tailor, 2d S bet 3d and 4th E 
Anderson John, boot and shoe maker, rear 1st S bet E Temple 

and 1st E res same. 
Anderson John, 2d wd, s s 6th S bet 5th and 6th E 
Anderson J. G., teamster, 6th wd n s 6th S bet 4th and 5th W 
Anderson Norman, 14th wd, n s 1st S bet E Temple and 1st E 
Anderson N., carpenter and millwright, 3d wd, s s 6th Sbet 1st 

and 2nd E res same 
Anderson Peter, mason, 9th wd, s w c 5th S and 4th E 
Anderson Samuel, laborer, 12th wd, s s 2nd S bet 3d and 4th E 
Anderson Win., laborer, 6th wd sec 5th S and 2nd W. 
Anderson W. F., physician and surgeon, office loth wd, e s 2nd 

E bet 2d and 3d S, res same 

All goods warranted as represented at Anker's Clothing House, Denver, Col. 



SALT LAKE CITY DIRECTORY. 35 

Andrew F. C, blacksmith, n s 4th S bet E and W Temple res 7th 

wd, bet E and W Temple 
Angell Albert, shingle maker, 12th wd, e s 4th Ebet 1st S and S 

Temple 
Angell John 0., shingle maker, 12th wd, e s 4th E bet S Temple 
Angel Mrs. Lucinda, widow, w s3d W bet 3d and 4th N. 

and 1st S 
Angell T. O., carpenter, 14th wd rear n s 1st S bet E Temple and 

1st E 
Angren John, cabinet maker, 17th wd, s s 1st Nbet E and W 

Temple 
Appleby W. I., attorney-at-law, 14th wd, s s 1st Sbet lstW and 

W Temple 
Applegate Joseph A, teamster, 17th wd sec 1st W and W Temple 
Ardman J., gardner, 4th wd, e s 2nd W bet 6th and 7th S. 
Armitage J., teams I. er, 8th wd, w s 2d E bet 5th and 6th E 
Armstrong T. C, accountant at Kimball & Lawrence, 14th wd, s 

s 1st S bet 1st W and W Temple, also 4th wd s e o 7th S 

and 1st W 
Arnold A. P,, tinner at M. B. Callahan, w s E Temple bet 1st and 

2dS 
Arnold H., at the warm springs 19th wd, nr springs 
Arnold •, (A. & Pettit) shingle maker, 15th wd, s e c 1st S 

and 4th W dwl wi h Pettit. 
Arnold Joseph S., teamster at B. Y.'s 
Arnold O P teamster at B Y *s 

ARSENAL BUILDING, n of E Temple bet Grove and Currant 
Arthur Mrs. Charlotte, widow, 14th wd n s 1st Sbet E Temple 

and 1st 
Asey Win., carpenter, 6th wd, s w c 2nd W and 4th S. 
Ashby N., herder, 15th wd, w s 2nd W bet S Temple and 1st S 
Ashby Kichard, laborer, 2nd wd, e s 4th S bet 6th and 7th S 
Ashman J., gardener, at B.Y, 10th wd w s 9th E bet 3 and 4th S 
Ashman William, shoemaker, 10th wd, n s 5th S bet 7th and 

8th E 
Asper William, carpenter, 19th wd, n s 2nd W 
Atkins R, bootmaker, at E. B. ^ripp & Co., res 2ndwd 
Atkins Wm., mason, 11th wd, nee 3rd S and 8th E 
Atkins Wm. R., gardner for J. A. Young, 16th wd, n s S Temple 

bet 2nd and 3d W. 
Atley Henry, printer at the Telegraph Office, 15th wd sec 1st S 

and 7th W. 
Attwell W. H., carpenter, 11th wd, s. s 1st S bet 7th and 8th E 
Atwacks J., tailor, 16th wd, e s 8th W bet N and S Temple. 
Atwood C* B. carpenter, res !9th wd, n Warm Spring 
Atwood Millen, farmer, 13th wd, nee 2nd S and 1st E 
Atwood M. G., farmer, 12th wd, n s 1st S bet 5th and 6th E 
Atwood 0. F., Superintendent of B. Y. Woolen Mill, res 19th wd, 

n s 4th N bet 1st and 2nd W 
Atwood S., adobe layer, 13th wd, n s 2nd S bet 1st and 2nd E 

Anker's One Price Clothing House, F St, (Sign of the Gilt Anchor,) Denver, Col, 



36 SALT LAKE CITY DIRECTORY. 

Auerb : ch David, clork at Louis Reggel, w s E Temple bet 1st 

and 2nd S res same 
•ATJERBACH F. H., (A Bros.) clothing and gent's furnishing 

goods, wsE Temple bet 1st and 2nd 8 res s;ime 
ATJERBACH F. H., (A Bros.) dry goods, grocerie and general 

merchandise, w s E Temple bet 1st and 2nd S 
ATJERBACH S. H. (A Bros.) clothing and gent's furnishing 

goods w s E Temple, bet 1st and _nd S res 1 Ith wd, e s W 

Temple bet 1st and 2nd S 
AUERBACH T. H., (A Bros.) clothing and gent's furnishing 

goods, wsE Temple bet 1st and 2nd S res 14th wd e s W 

Temp e be 1st and 2nd S 
AUERBACH x. H., (A. Bros.) dry goods, groceries and general 

merchandise, w s E Temple bet 1st and 2nd S 
xiustin E. shoe maker, 15th wd, e s 6th E bet 1st and 2nd S. 
Avery Cyrus, teamster, 6th wd, e s 8th W bet N and S Temple. 
Axton John, teamster, 17th wd, nsN Temple bet 1st and 2nd W 
Ayers Charles D. , steward at Chicago restaurant, s s 2nd S betE 

Temple and 1st E 



Baddley George, syrup manufacturer, 10th wd, s s 3rd S res s w 

c 10th E and 3rd S and another res N 
Badfield J., 8th wd, 5th S bet 2nd and 3rd E 
Baguley Joseph, 11th wd. n s 3rd S e of 9th E 
Baker H. A., property man, Salt Lake Theater, res 7th wd, n s N 

Temple 
Baker J. F., photographer atSutterly Bros., res e s E Temple bet 

3rd and 4th S 
Bailey Francis, farmer, 10th wd, on the bench 
Bailey Mrs., widow, 16th wd sec 3rd N and 3rd W 
Bain William, carpenter, 7th wd 
Baldwin James, 17th wd, e s 2nd W 
Baldwin James, 17th wd, e s 2nd 

Baldwin J. K., farmer, 15th wd, nee 2nd S and 5th W 
Baldwin Mrs. N., widow, 15th wd n e c 5th W and 2nd N 
Ballan William, watchmaker w s E Temple bet 1st S and S Temple 

res 17th wd, n s 1st Nbet E and W Temple 
Bannister John, hair-dresser, outside city wall o i 1st S 
Barker Jos. (Wells & B.), gunsmith and cutler, 2nd S bet 1st E 

and E Temple res 20th wd, S Temp e bet Elm and Maple 
Barlow J. M., watchmaker and jeweler, at John Meeks S Tem le 

bet 1st and 2nd S res 1 " th wd, s w c 3rd W and 1st S 
Barnacle Richard, 9th wd, n s 4th S bet 5th and 6th E 
Barnacle Richard, dyer, 5fh wd, s w c 7th S and 2nd W 
Barnes James, builder, 19th wd, n s 2nd N between 1st and 2nd W 
Barnes James, builder and contractor, 2nd N bet 1st W and pub- 
lic square res same 
Barnes John S., dealer in groceries and provisions, 2nd S bet 1st 

E and E Temple res same 

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SALT LAKE CITY DIRECTORY. 37 

Barnes Mark, gardener 11th wd, e s S Temple and 1st S 
Barney R, carpenter, 8th wd, e s E Temple bet 4th and 5th 8. 
Barnllm Charles D., carpenter and joiner, 15th wd, s s 1 S bet 3rd 

and 4th W 
Barnum W. H. H., engineer, res 1st E bet 2nd and 3rd S 
Barras Miss E., ,th wd, c 7th S and 1st W 
Barrow W. (Barrow & Co.,) wholesale grocer, e sE Temple bet 

1st and 2nd S 
BARKOWS E., boot maker and variety store, n s 2nd S bet 1st 

E and E Temple res same 
Barson Mis., wid w, 9th Avd, e s 5th E bet "th. and 6 li S 
Barton Leo., clerk at Bodenburg & Kahn, res n s 3rd S bet 3rd 

and 4th W 
Barton Wm., carpenter, 20th wd, w s Chestnut nr Bluff 
Bassett A, C, Assistant Superintendent of W. U. Telegraph Co., 

e s E Temple bet 1st s an 1 S Temple res same 
BASSETT C. H. (B. & Roberts), dealer in dry goods, groceries 

and general merchandise, w s E Temple bet 1st and 2nd S 

res 14th wd, e cor S Temple and 2nd W 
Bates Dan'l, carpenter and builder, 2nd S bet E Temple and 1st E 
Bateson John, dry goods and millinery, 14th wd, w s E Temple 

bet nd and 3rd S res i ame 
BAUMAN John (J. B. & Co.), J rugs and medicines, paints, oils 

and dye stuffs e s E Temple bet 1st and 2nd S, res same 
Baxter Mrs Mary, widow, 11th wd, n s 3rd S bet 8th and 9th E 
Bayeur J., groceries and provisions, s s 2nd S bet 1st E and E 

Temple 
Bayley John, vegetable peddler, 4th wd, w s 1st W bet 7th and 

8th S 
Bay iss Wm., cabinet maker, 20th wd, n s S Temple opp 8th E 
Bean John, painter, 7th wd, sec 1st W and 3rd S 
Bean Joseph, carpenter and builder, s w c 8th and 1st S, res 

11th wd 
BEATIE H. S., salesmsn at N. S. Ransohoff & Co., res 7th wd, 

s w c 3rd S and E Temple 
Beck Mrs., widow, e s 5th E bet 7th and 8th S 
Beck Benjamin, labore ', at B. Y. 
Beck Frederick, 8th wd, e s 2nd E bet 3rd and 4th S 
Beck G-eorge, laborer, 13th wd, s s S Temple bet 1st and 2nd E 
Beck R. W., carpenter . nd builder, 13th wd, s s 2nd S bet 1st 

and 2nd E 
BEERS JOHN, tinner at Sharkey's, E Temple res loth wd, 3rd 

E bet S Temple and 1st S 
Beesley Ebenezer, bootmaker, 19th wd, n s Currant n 2nd N 
Begelspacher M , 2nd S bet E Temple and 1st E, res same 
Bell E., carpenter, 7th wd n s 6th S bet E and W Tenrple 
BELL EDWARD, carpenter and bu lder, res 7th wd n w c E 

Temple and 6th S 
Bell H. C. accountant at Gilbert & Sons, res. 13th wd, 2nd S bet 

2nd and 3rd E. 

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38 SALT LAKE CITY DIRECTORY. 

Boll Joseph, laborer 14th wd s s S Temple, bet Is*-. W and W 

Temp e. 
Bell M. sawyer, 17th wdn N Temple. bet 1st and 2nd Temple. 
Bell Wm. cabinet maker, 20th wd n s S Temple, near Chestnut, 

res n e c S T. mple and Chestnut. 
Bennet Richard, laborer, 20th wd dwl e s Pine, near city wall. 
Bently Joseph, 11th wd e s 8th E bet. 1st S and S Temple. 
Benzon A., salesman at Ellis Bros, res 14th wd s w c S and W 

Temple. 
Berger M., grocer, res 1st S bet 1 st and 2nd E st. 
Bergstrom M., shoe maker, 1st wd, on the beach, near 6th S 
Bernhisel J. M., physician and surgeon, 17th wd, necN and W 

Temple. 
BERRY J. P„ (Russell Harris & B.) hair dresser, 1st S bet 1st 

E and E Temple, res 14th wd, 3rd S bet Is and 2nd W. 
Bess James, farmer, loth wd, s s 2nd S bet 4th and 5th W. 
Bess Mrs. Laura, widow, 15th wd, e s 3rd W bet S Temple and 

IstS. 
BEST A., dealer in stoves, tinware and hardware, w s E Temple, 

bet 1st and 2nd S, res 7t,h wd, esW Temple, bet 3rd and 

4th S. 
Bigler Mrs, Melisa J., weaver 17th wd, s w c 1st W and N Tem- 
ple. 
Binder W. L.. carpenter, 15th wd, s s 2nd S, bet 3rd and 4th W. 
Binnall Charles, wheelwright, 7th wd, e s 1st W, bet 4th and 5th S. 
Biorkman P. E., tailor and glover, 14th wd, s w c 1st W and S 

Temple. 
Bircumshaw Thomas butcher, Salt Lake Market, res 5th S 

bet 2nd and 3rd W. 
Bircumshaw "Win., laborer, 9th wd, n s 5th S bet 3rd and 4th E. 
BirdE. F., (B & Miller,) cabinetmaker, E Temple, bet 1st S 

and S Temple, res 15th wd, 3rd South, bet 2nd and 3rd W. 
BIRD JAMES, cabinet maker and turner, s s 2nd S, bet 1st E and 

ETemple, res W Temple, bet 1st and 2nd S. 
Bivens A. J., 9th wd, s e c 4th S and 4th E. 
Blackhurst I)., farmer, 7ih wd, s w c 4th S and W Temple. 
Blackhurst Mrs. Isabella, widow, 7th wd, s w c 4th S and W Tem- 
ple. 
Blair Edward, laborer, Is; wd, n e c 8th S and 8th E. 
Blair S. M., (B. & Hogan,) attorney at law, office at the court 

house, h 1st wd. 
Blair S, M., clerk at P. Meyers, E Temple, bet 2nd and 3rd S. 
Blakeley John, weaver, 17th wd, dwl n s N Temple, bet 1st and 

2nd W. 
Blazard J. H., wagon maker, 7th wd; s e, c 4th S and W Temple. 
Bleakmore John, laborer at B. Y. 
Blemel H, , miller, 1st wd. n w c 7th E and 8th S. 
Blunt Joseph, shoe maker at E. B. Tripp, 20th wd, sec Fruit 

and Locust. 
Boaz Wm., tinsmith, sec 2nd S, and 1st E res s irne. 

Hats & Caps for Overland Travel at Anker's One PRICE Store, Denver Col. 



SALT LAKE CITY DIRECTORY. 39 

Bockholt D., clerk at the court house, dwl with Robert Burton, s 

e c 1st S and 2nd W. 
BODELL JOSEPH, butcher, h 13th wd, 3rd S, bet 1st W and 

W Temple. 
Boden W., steward, h 1st S bet 1st E and E Temple 
BODENBURG GEO., (B & Kahn,) wholesale and retail dry 

goods and groceries, e s E Temple, bet 1st and 2nd S. res 

the same. 
Bolser John, carpenter, 15th wd, n w c 1st S and 4th W. 
Bohm Ferdinand, assayer at Bohni & Molitor, dwl in the build- 
ing. 
BOHM S. H., (Bohm & MoHtor,) assayer, w s E Temple, opp. 

the Salt Lake House. 
Bonck John A., farmer 16th wd, w s 5th W bet N Temple and 1st N. 
Bond Wm., tailor, at C Clive, 2nd S, res 4th wd. 
Boneham J., laborer, ] 3th wd, s w c, 2nd S and 2nd E. 
Bonelli J. G„ weaver and farmer, res 19th wd, e s 2nd W bet 5th 

and 6th N. 
Bonner Thomas, teamster, 9th wd, w s 4th E, bet 5th and 6th S. 
Booth Mrs. Anna, widow 17th wd, nsN Temple, bet 1st N and 

W Temple. 
Booth John, clock maker, 10th wd, w s 8th E, bet 3rd and 4th S. 
Booth Thomas, freighter, 17th wd, n s N Temple, bet 1st W and 

W Temple. 
Bose Thomas, farmer, 17th wd, n e,c 1st N and 1st W. 
Boukofsky G., (G. B. & Co.,) merchant, E Temple, bet 1st and 

2nd S, res same. 
Bounds Wm.. (Smith & B.,) Golden Eagle Hotel, 1st E bet 2nd 

and 3rd S. 
BOURNE G. E., (B. & Needham,) commission merchant, and 

wholesale and retail dealer in dry goods and groceries, e s 

E Temple bet 1st and 2nd S, res 14th wd, s s^3rd S bet W 

Temple and 1st W 
Bovier E., farmer, 19th wd n s 2nd N bet 3rd and 4th W. 
Bowen David, laborer, 1st wd. e s 8th E bet 6th and 7th S. 
Bowman I., salesman at Eldridge & Clawson, res 16th wd. 
Bowman Wm., mechanic, 11th wd, n s 1st S bet 7th and 8th E. 
BO WRING H. E.,fB. & Jones,) saddler, 2nd S bet E Temple 

and 1st E, res 1st S bet 2nd and 3rd E tannery 12th wd. 
Bowring Mrs. H. E., milliner, dressmaker and lady costumer at 

Salt Lake Theatre. 
Boyd A. , laborer, 19th wd, nee 2nd N and 4th W. 
Boycl G. W., laborer, 15th wd, n s 2nd S bet 4th and 5th W. 
Bradford L. H., tinner at J. M. Allen, res 9th wd, 5th E bet 4th 

and 5th S. 
Bradley C., 8th wd. 5th S, 

Brain E., stone mason, 20th wd nee Pine and Garden. 
Braithwaite Joseph, salesman at Bourne & Needham, res e s 1st 

E bet 5th and 6th S. • . 

Braithwaite Mrs. Mary, widow 8th wd, e s 1st Ebet 5th and 6th S. 

Clothing & Furnishing Goods for Overland Travel at Anker's, Denver, Col, 



40 SALT LAKE CITY DIRECTORY. 

Branting E. F., farmer, 2nd wd, n s 8th S bet 3rd and 4th E. 
Brantly T., farmer, 13thwd, .sec 2nd E and S Temple. 
Brasher John, 14th wd e s 2nd W, bet 1st and 2nd S. 
Brasier J., 18th wd, n s 2nd Sbet 1st and 2nd E, 
Brazier Geo., baker, 7th wd, n s 0th E bet E and W Temple. 
Brazer Wm., carpenter, 4th wd, s s 7th S bet W Temple and 1st W. 
Brene (Morris & B.) upholster, paperhanger and carriage trim- 
mer, w s E Temple bet 1st S and S Temple. 
Brewer J., harness maker, nee 2nd S and 7th E. 
Brewer P. C, (Sprague & B. ) feed and livery stable, e s 4th S 

bet 1st E and E Temple 
Brighton Wm., laborer, 11th wd, n s 1st S bet 8th and 9th E. 
Brim A., tanner, 1st wd, nee 9th E and 7th S, res near same. 
Bringhurst S., wagon and caTraige maker and farmer, 8th wd, s 

3d S bet 1st E and E Temple, res same 
Britton Kichard, jeweler, at Meek's, h Gth wd, n w c 4th S and 

4th W. 
Broadbent Geo., laborer, 9th wd, sec nth S and 4th E 
Broadbent J. B., teamster, s s 3d N be 0th and 7th W 
Broadbent L., farmer, 19th wd, n s 5th N bet 2d and 3d W 
Broadhurst S., wheelwrignt, 14th wd, n s 1st S bet 1st and 2d W, 

res same 
Brockbank I, saddler and tanner, 1st e, res s w c 1st E and 4th S 
Broderick Mrs. E., widow, 14th wd, n s 3d S bet 1st and 2d W 
Brooks E. J., warehouseman at W. S. Godbe, res 12th wd, w s 

0th E bet 1st S and S Temple 
Brooks Geo., clerk at D. Grenig, res n e c 1st S and 0th E 
B rooks J. G.,res w s E Temple bet 2d and 3d S 
Brooksbank S., laborer, 1st wd, e s 9th E bet 7th and 8th S 
Broomhead Wm., carpenter, 17th wd, w s 1st W bet N Temple 

and 1st N 
BKOWN A. (B. Jewett & Co.), livery stable, n e c 2d S and W 

Temple, bds at Salt Lake House 
Brown Albert, carpenter, 5th wd, e s 3d W bet 0th and 7th S 
Brown Albert, late capt. 2d Cav. C. V., east bank of Jordan 

river 
Brown Benjamin, farmer, 7th wd, n e c W Temole and 0th S 
Brown B. H., carpenter, 19th wd, nr warm springs 
Brown Homer, teamster, 7th wd, n s 0th S bet 1st W and W 

Temple 
Brown James, confectioner, 1st S bet 1st E and E Temple 
Brown James, shingle maker, 15th wd, s s 1st S bet 4th and 5th W 
Brown J, A, E Temple 
Brown James, clerk at warm springs, h 17th wd, 1st W bet N 

and s Temple 
Brown J. T. H., cook and confectioner, n s 1st S bet E Temple 

and 1st E 
Brown John, carpenter, 13th wd, e s 2d E bet 2d and 3d S 
Brown John, laborer, 1st wd, e s 8th E bet 0th and 7th S 
Brown Joseph, farmer, 15th wd, s e c 3d W and S Temple 

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SALT LAKE CITY DIRECTORY. 41 

Brown Mrs. Kate, widow, 15th wd, e s 5th W bet 1st S and S 

Temple 
Brown Mrs. Mary, widow, 15th wd 

Brown Mrs. Sarah, widow, n w c 2d E and 6th S, 3th wd 
Brown Schuyler, clerk, res 19th wd, near the warm springs 
BROWN T. D., (T. D. B. & Son,) dealer in provisions, agency and 

book store, e s E Temple, bet 1st and 2nd S 
Brown W. D., clerk at B. Y's 
Browning E. T., clerk at Kimbell & Lawrence, res 7th wd, s s 

4th S bet E and W Temple 
Browning James A., accountant at Gilbert and Sons, res 7th wd, 

3d S bet W Temple and 1st W 
Brownsell Wm, Henry, 17th wd, w s Arsenal bet Grove and 1st N 
Bryan, Geo. teamster at J. A. Young's. 

Buckley Joseph, adobe maker, 6th wd, s s 3d S bet 4th and 5th W 
Budd, Geo. teamster at J. A. Young's. 

Budtz Wm., trader, 13th wd. n s 3d S bet 1st E and E Temple 
Bulkley Wm. H., saddler, res E Temple bet 2d and 3d S, employ- 
ed at Bowring & Jones 
Bullock Alexander, farmer, 8th wd, w s 1st E bet 5th and 6th S 
Bullock Mrs. Mary, widow, 8th wd, w s 1st E bet 5th and 6th S 
Bullock Thomas, clerk, 14th wd, s e c W Temple 
Bullock Thomas, gardener, 19th wd, w s 4th W bet 2d and 3d N 
Bundy Geo., farmer, 4th wd, s s 6th S bet E and W Temple. 
Bunnel Mrs. Esther, widow, 12th wd, s s 2d S bet 5th and 6th E 
Bunting Mrs. A., s s 3d N bet 5th and 6th W 
Bunting Charles (Russel & B.), painter, 19th wd, s s 3d N 

bet 5th and 6th W 
Bunting James L., teamster, 11th wd, s s S Temple bet 6th and 

7th E 
Bunting Mrs. Mary Ann, widow, dressmaker, 7th wd, bet 3rd W 

Temple and 5th S 
Burbridge J. W. (Peck & Co.), blacksmith, w s bet W Temple 

and 1st N, res 17th wd 
BurcheU T., laborer, 8th wd, 1st W bet 5th and 6th S 
BURCHNELL JAMES (Davis & B.), grocer, w s E Temple bet 

1st s and S Temple, res 17th wd, w s 1st W bet 1st and 

2dN 
Burgess Mrs. Almira, widow, 17th wd, n s N Temple bet 1st W 

and W Temple 
Burnes David, miner, 13th wd, nr e s E Temple bet 2d and 3d S 
Burnett G. P., cooper, 10th wd, n s ;"th S e of 9th E 
Burnett Henry, laborer, 15th wd, e s 5th W bet 1st and 2d S 
Burns Albert, cook at Nevada restaurant, s s S Temple bet 1st E 

and E Temple 
Burns James, laborer, 10th wd, w s 9th E bet 5th and 6th S 
Burns John, hair-dresser, res 13th wd, e s 2d E bet 2d and 3d S 
Burns Thomas, lodging house, s s 2d S bet 2d and 3rd E 
Burns Wm., laborer, 10th wd, n w c 9th E and 5th S 
Burrell Miss S. straw bonnet maker, 17th wd, s s 1st S nr W Temple 

ill Goods Sold at « One Price Only." at Anker's CLOTHING Bouse, Denver. 

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42 SALT LAKE CITY DIRECTORY. 

Burstrom A., salesman at Geo. Cronyn & Co., res 7th wd, sec 

3d W and 5th S 
Burt Alexai der, adobe maker, 6th wd, e s 4th W bet 5th and 6th S 
Burt Andrew, Captain of Police, 20th wd,'n e c Fruit and Maple 
Burt John, laborer, 5th wd, w s 3d W bet 7th and 8th S 
Bnrton Mrs. E., widow, res 16th wd, nsN Temple bet 4th and 

5th W 
Burton John, laborer, 6th wd, nee 6th S and 3d W 
Burton Robert F., Sheriff of G. S. L. County, U. S. Internal Rev- 
enue Collector of U. T., at the Court House, res 15th wd, 
s w c 2nd S and 1st W 
Burton Wm., farmer, 6th wd, e s 3d Wbet 4th and 5th South 
Busby Andrew, laborer, lOtn wd, e s 7th E bet 5th and 6th S 
Busby John, laborer at Wm. Jenning's, tannery, res 10th wd, s w 

c 4th S and 8th E 
Busby Joseph, farmer, 13th wd, s s 2d S bet 1st and 2d E 
Bush Richard, farmer, 17th wd, e s 1st W bet N andE Temple 
Bussell J., laborer, 15th wd, e s 5th Wbet 1st and 2d S 
Butcher Geo., laborer, 11th wd, n s 8th E bet 1st and 2d S 
Btitterwood T., laborer, 14th wd, e s 1st W bet 2nd and 3d S 
Butterworth E., adobe maker, 15th wd, n e c 3d S and 4th W 
Buttle Wm., farmer, at B. Y's 6th wd, n s5th S bet 3d and 4th W 
BYWATER GEO. G., watch and clock maker, 1st S bet 1st E and 
E Temple, res 15th wd, s e c 1st S and 2d W 

c 

Cabbie James, proprietor of salt works e s Salt Lake, res 11th wd 

n s 2d S bet 8th and 9th E 
Cahoon J. F., teamster, 12th wd, e s 4th E bet 1st Sand S Temple 
Caine John T., stage manager Salt Lake Theatre, res 20th wd, w s 

Pine bet Bluff and Garden 
Calder D, O., music dealer, clerk for B. Y., and territorial treas- 
urer ; res Pine bet Fruit and Garden 
Calder Wm., policeman, 17th wd, w s W Temple bet 1st N and 

N Temple 
Calkin Asa, mill owner, 13th wd, e s 1st E bet 2d and 3d S 
Callister Edward, tailor, 7th wd, s s 4th S bet W Temple and 1st W 
Camp Mrs. D., widow, 13th wd, s e c 2d E and S Temple 
CAMP JAMES, confectioner, grocer and provision dealer, w s E 

Temple bet 2d and 3d S ; res 3d S bet 3d and 4th W 
Campbell A., teamster, 14th wd. e s W Temple bet 1st and 2d S 
Campbell David, laborer, 1st wd, e s 6th E bet 6th and 7th S 
Campbell James, farm laborer, at B. Y's 
Campbell John, E Temple bet 2d and 3d S, res same 
Campkin Geo., ladies' boot and shoe maker, 1st W bet 1st and 

2nd N, res same 
Cannady — 9th wd, s s 3d S bet 5th and 6th E 
Cane John, saddler, at Bowring & Jones, res E Temple bet 2d 

and 3d S 

Anker will be pleased to see you at his elegant CLOTHING HOUSE, F St, 



SALT LAKE CITY DIRECTORY. 43 

Cannigator W., baker, at Globe Bakery, res 16th wd, nsN Tem- 
ple bet 3d and 4th W 
Cannon Geo. Q., private secretary for B. Y., also editor and pub- 
lisher of the Juvenile Instructor, Deseret News Building ; 
res S Temple bet 1st and 2d W 
Cannon Marsena, photographer, 17th wd, n s S Temple bet 1st W 

and W Temple 
CAPENER WM., chair and furniture manufacturer and under- 
taker, n s 1st S bet 2d and 3d E; res 13th wd, n s 1st S 
bet 2d and 3d S 
Careless Geo., professor of music anl conductor of band at Salt 

Lake Theater, res 7th wd, n s 4th S bet 1st and 2d W 
Carlson C P , cabinet maker, 10th wd, n w c 8th E and 4th S 
Carlyle John G., wheelwright, e s 2d ¥ bet 1st and 2d N, res 

same 
Carmichael Wm., carpenter and builder. 8th wd, n w c 5 th S and 

IstE 
Carrere T., carpenter, 3d wd, s e c 2d E and 7th S 
Carrington Albert C, editor of the Deseret News, office nee 

E and S Temple ; h n w c W and N Temple 
Carson John A., freighter, 7th wd, n w c W Temple and 4th S 
Carter Charles, photographer at Savage and Ottinger, res 6th wd, 

n s 4th S bet 4th and 5th W 
Carter John, chair-maker, res 16th wd, s w c 5th W and 1st N 
CARTER J. M. (Marshall & C), attorney-at-law, w s E Tem- 
ple bet 1st and 2d S, res 2d E bet S Temple and 1st E 
Carter Robert, news agent, 9th wd, n s 5th S bet 3d and 4th E 
Cartwright J. (Croxall & Co.,) city pottery, sec 5th S and E 

Temple, h 8th wd, w s 1st E bet 5th and 6th S 
Case Geo., sawyer, 14th wd, res n s 1st S bet 1st W and W Tem- 
ple 
Cast E. M., cabinet-maker, 1st E bet 2d and 3d S 
Caswell William, laborer, 17th wd, res n w c E Temple and IstW 
Cederstrum O., boot and shoe maker, 2d wd, s w c 5th E and 

8th S 
Chadd M., fruit and vegetable dealer, w s E Temple bet 1st S and 

S Temple, h I5th wd, w s 5th W bet 1st and 2d S 
Chaffin G. E., laborer, 4th wd, n w c E Temple and 7th S 
Chamber E., 13th wd, n s 3d S bet 1st and 2d T 
Chamberlain J. M., carpenter, 8th wd, s w c 2d E and 5th S 
Chamberlain R., carpenter, 8th wd, s s 5th S bet 2d and 3d E 
Chamberlain T: T., carpenter and builder, 8th wd, s w c 2d E 

and 5th S 
Chamberlin John, shingle maker, 15th wd, sec 4th W and 2d S 
Chamberlin Joseph (C. & Cunningham), -aw mill, 15th wd, e s 

4th W bet 1st S and S Temple 
Chandler Geo., butcher, S. L. city market, on 1st S bet E and 

W Temple, h 10th wd, n e c 3d S and 8th E 
Chaple John, laborer, at P. Pugsley's, res 9th wd, w s 2nd W bet 
4th and 5th N 

The most elegant Clothing House in Colorado is ANKER'S, Denver. 



44 SALT LAKE CITY DIRECTORY. 

Chapman George, 12th wd, see 2nd S and 5th E 

Chapman George, groceries, bds at Salt Lake House 

Chard David, laborer, 6th wd, res sec 4th W and 3rd S 

Charles Robert, gunsmith 

Chase B., salt boiler, 10th wd, w s 7th E bet 4th and 5th S 

Chase Joseph C, restaurant, 2nd S res 13th wd, s s2nd Sbet 2nd 

and 3d E 
Chase Mrs, Phebe, widow, 13th wd, n e c 1st E and 1st S 
Chase Sisson A., farmer, 1st wd, e s 8th E bet Xth and S)th S 
Chatfield George, laborer, 15th wd, e s 5th W bet 1st S and S 

Temple 
Cherrington John, cabinet maker, 8th wd, s e c 1st E and f>th S 

res 5th S bet 1st and 2nd E 
Cheshire T., teamster, 10th wd, sec 7th E and 4th S 
Chesney Mrs. Jan , widow, 7th wd e s 1st W bet 4th and 5th S 
Childs Alfred W., carpenter, 13th wd, w s 3rd S bet 2nd and 3d E 
Childs S. W., auctioneer and commission, nee 2nd S and W 

Temple res sec 3rd E and 3rd S 
CHISLETT JOHN, (C. & Clark) dry goods, e s E Temple bet 1st 

and 2nd S res 7th wd n w c E Temple and 5th S 
Chlarson H. N., photographer, 20th wd 

Chugg Wm., miller, res 19th wd e s 2nd W bet 4th and 5th N 
CITY HALL, s s 1st S bet 1st and 2nd E 
Clark — , boot and shoemaker, at Wm. Jenning's, res 16th wd, n 

s N Temple bet 4th and 5th W 
Clark George, hair dresser, 2nd S bet 1st E and E Temple res 3d 

Snr¥ Temple 
Clark John, (Chislett & C.) dry goods, e sE Temple bet 1st and 

2nd S res 15th wd, n s 1st S bet 3rd and 4th W 
Clark J. W., bootmaker, at J. Lowe's, res l'Jth wd, necN Temple 

and 5th W 
Clark Richard, sausage maker, 6th wd n w c 4th W and 6th S 
Clark R. G., blacksmith, 13th wd, n s 3rd S betE Temple and 

IstE 
Clark Wm. W. 
Clawson George, wheelwright, 14th wd, e s 1st W bet 1st and 

2ndS 
CLAWSON H. B., (Eldredge & C.) dry goods and groceries, E 

Temple bet 1st S and S Temple h 12th wd sec 3rd E and 

S Temple 
Clawson John R., ice cream saloon, 1st S bet 1st E and E Tem- 
ple res same 
Claves H. M., printer, foreman at Vedette Office, 14th wd, n s 

2nd S bet E and W Temple 
Clayes J. R., printer, at Vedette Office, 14th wd, n s 2nd S bet E 

and W Temple 
Clayton John, 20th wd, n w c Bluff and Oak 
Clayton William, territorial auditor 
Clayton William, attorney at law, 17th wd, w sW Temple bet 1st 

N and N Temple 

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SALT LAKE CITY DIRECTORY. 45 

Cleary James F., boot and shoemaker, 17th wd, e s 2nd W bet 

N and S Temple 
OLIFT F. D., dry goods and groceries, e s E Temple bet 1st and 

2nd S 
Clift, William, Superintendent of the S. M. & Ex. Co., bds at the 

Salt Lake House 
Clifton Charles, mason, 7th wd, n s 5th S bet 1st and 2nd W 
Clinton Dr. Jeter, druggist, swcE Temple and 2nd S res 13th 

wd, 3rd E bet 1st and 2nd S 
Clive C, tailor, s s 2nd S bet 1st E and E Temple res same 
Clowes John C, telegraph operator, res 17th wd 
Cobb Christopher, teamster, at J. A. Young's 
Cobb James T., schoolteacher, res e s 1st E bet S Temple and 1st S 
Cochrane Jose h, 13th wd, 1st Sbet E Temple and 1st E 
Cockerill Anthony, laborer, s s 3rd N bet 5th and 6th W 
COLEBROOK CHAELES, millinery, w s E Temple bet 1st S and 

S Teniple res 18th wd 
Collet Richard, boot and shoe manufacturer, 17th wd, nwcN 

and W Temple res same 
Condie Gibson, farmer, <>th wd, s w c 4th W and 5th S 
Condie T., farmer, 4th wd, s w c 7th S and 1st W 
CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH, 7th wd, s s 3rd S bet E and W 

Temple 
Conk John T., miller, at B. Y's flour mill 
Connor P. E., dwl n s 5th S bet 1st E and E Temple 
Conrad John, (W. K. Conrad & Bro. ) dry goods, e s E Temple 

bet 2nd and 3rd S res 15th wd, n w c 2nd S and 4th W 
Conrad Mrs. Margaret, widow, 15th wd n w c 4th W and 2nd S 
Conrad Walter K., (W. K. C. & Bro.) dry goods and hardware, 

e s E Temple bet 2nd and 3rd S res 15th wd, n w c 2nd S 

and 4th W 
Cook David gardener, 20th wd s e c S Temple and Fir 
Cook Frederick, tender, 5th wd, e s 3rd W bet 6th and 7th S 
Cook Frederick J., teamster, 5th wd, n s 7th S bet 2nd and 3rd 
Cook George, laborer, res nr the Bluff 
Cook John R., cook, Montana Restaurant, E Temple bet 2nd and 

3rdS 
Cook Joseph, laborer, 9th wd, w s 4th E bet 5th and 6th S 
Cooke John R., 14th wd, n s 1st S bet 1st and 2nd W 
Cooke Mrs. S. A., widow, music teacher, 14th wd, 1st S bet 1st 

and 2nd W 
Cooke T. W., carpenter, 14th wd, n s 1st S bet 1st and 2nd W 
Coon Abraham, farmer and herder, 16th wd, s s 1st N bet 3rd 

and 4th W 
Cooper Charles, plasterer, res 16th wd, n s S Temple bet 2nd and 

3rd W, also newspapers and periodicals, w s E Temple bet 

1st S and S Temple 
Cooper S., plasterer, 7th wd, s s 3rd S bet 1st and 2nd W 
Cope Mrs. J., widow, 1st wd, bet 8th and 9th S 
Corbet Daniel, farmer, 2nd wd, n w c 7th S and 5th E 

Anker, the leading Olothier of Colorado, F St,, Denver, Ool. 



46 SALT LAKE CITY DIRECTORY. 

Corbet John, farmer, 2nd wd, n s 7th S bet 4th and 5th E 
Corbett S., laborer, 12th wd, n s 2nd S bet 5th and Gth E 
Corless E., farmer, 4th wd, n s 7th bet E and W Temple 
Corless Henry, teamster, 4th wd, w s E Temple bet 7th and 8th S 
Corless John, teamstei', 4th wd, s w c E Temple and 7th S 
Corless T., farmer, 4th wd, s s 7th S bet E and W Temple 
Cornwell T., T. C. Match Factory, 13th wd, n s 3rd S bet 1st and 

2ndE 
Corsa Mrs.'Mary E., widow, 19th wd, n e c 1st W and 2nd N 
Corse Daniel, tinn r, at A. Best's, w s E Templo bet 1st and 2nd S 
Cottam John, chair-maker and turner, 16th wd, n w c N Te uple 

and - th W 
Cottle Harry, saddler'at Hampton's, res 2nd S bet 2nd and 3rd W 
Cotton — , farmer, 11th wd. 

Covey Benjamin, 12th wd, s s 2nd S bet 5th and Gth E 
Covey Enoch, teamster, 12th wd, n w c 3rd S and Gth E 
Covey Joseph, teamster, 12th wd, s s 2nd S bet 5th and Gth E 
Conlan J., carpenter, 11th wd, s sS Temple bet 7th and 8th E 
Conlan J. Jr., carpenter, 11th wd secS Temple and 7th E 
Coult James, plasterer, 11th wd, w s 7th E bet 1st and 2nd S 
Court Wm., marine store, 9th wd, n s 5th Sbet 5th and 6th E 
COUNCIL HOUSE, 14th wd, sw c Eand S Temple 
COURT HOUSE, 14th wd, n e c 2nd S and 2nd W 
Covington B., shoe maker, 14th wd, e s 1st W bet 1st and 2nd S 
Cox Edward, carpenter and joiner, at B. Y's 
Cowan Mrs. A., widow, 5th wd, sec Gth S and 2nd W 
Cowan Andrew, plasterer, 5th wd, e s 3rd W bet 6 th and 7th S 
Cowan Wm., clerk at Walker Bros. Branch Store, res 8th wd, e 

s E Temple bet 5th and 6th S 
Cowley Mrs. Sarah E. 5j widow, 14th wd, w s W Temple bet S Tem- 
ple and 1st S 
Cowley Wm., tailor, w s E Temple bet 1st and 2nd S res 19th 

wd, w s 6th bet 2nd and 3rd N 
Crabtree C, farm laborer at B. Y's 10th wd, s e c 8th E and 5th S 
Craddock John, laborer, 7th wd, s w c 1st W and 3rd S 
Cram C. S., carpenter and joiner, e s 1st E bet S Temple and 

and 1st S, res 7 h wd 
Cram Charles S., architect, office at Old City Hall, res 7th wd, s 

w c 1st W and 5th S 
Grandall Jacob, 17 th wd, n s N Temple bet w Temple and 1st W 
Crane Abner, (C. & Swing - ,) blacksmith, n s 4th S bet 1st E 

and E Temple h 8th wd, n s 4th S bet 1st E and E Temple 
Crasse Edward, baker, 12th wd, w s 6th E bet 1st and 2nd S 
< 'rawford S., carder, 14th wd, n s 3rd S bet 1st and 2nd W 
Cripps Charles, rope maker, 16th wd, e s 6th W bet 1st and 2nd N 
Crismon Charles, blacksmith and proprietor of grist mill, 14th 

wd, n e c 1st W and lind S 
Crismon Geo., freighter. .4th wd, e s bet 1st and 2nd S 
Crocheron Geo. W., clerk at Ross & Barratt's res 13th wd,ws 2nd 

E bet 2nd and 3rd S 

All goods warranted as represented at Anker's Clothing HOUSE. Denver, Col. 



SALT LAKE CITY DIRECTORY. 47 

Crockwell J. D. M., physician and sui geon, sec 4th E and 

6th S 
Cromer Win. T., Clerk at Kimball & Lawrence, res 20th wd, s 

e c Bluff and Maple 
Crompton Steven P., clerk at Wm. Jennings, res 11th wd, 2nd S 

bet 6th and 7th E 
CKONYN GEO., (Geo. C. & Co.,) dry goods, groceries and hard- 
ware, w s E Temple bet 1st and 2nd S, res 7th wd, w s 1st 

W bet 3rd and 4th S 
Croxall Jonah, (C. & Cartwright.,) pottery, 7th wd, e s 1st W bet 

3rd and 4th S 
Crow Charles, (Seegmiller & Co.,) harness and saddlery, w sE 

Temple bet 1st S and S Temple h 11th wd 
Crowder J., adobe maker, 7th wd, e s W Temple bet 5th and 

6th S 
Crowne E., grocer, E Temple bet 2nd and 3rd S 
Crowther Wm., teamster, 16th wd, n s N Temple bet 7th and 

8th W 
Culmer Alfred E., carpenter, 20th wd, s w c Maple and Fruit 
Cumberland Henry, blacksmith, 16th wd, nee 1st N and 

5th W 
Cummings — , farmer, h 14th wd 
Cummings Benjamin F., carpenter 17th wd n s N Temple bet 

W Temple and 1st W 
Cummings B. F., millwright, 14th wd, n s 2nd S bet W Temple 

and 1st W 
Cummings James W., superintendent of B Y's Deseret Cotton and 

Woolen Mill, located at north Canyon Creek, res 1-ith wd, 

n s 2nd S bet W Temple and 1st W 
Cunegieter J. W., res N Temple bet 3rd and 4th W 
Cunningham Andrew, (Chamberlin & Co.,) proprietor of saw 

mill and farmer, 15th wd, nw c 3rd W and 1st S 
Cunningham Mrs. Sarah, widow, e s 5th W bet 1st and 2nd S 
Cunnington John, salesman at Walker Bros. , res 7th wd, n s 5th S 

bet w Temple and 1st W 
Curtis Mrs. Charlotte., widow, 9th wd, w s 6th E bet 5th and 

6th S 
Curtis F., (C. &McKinnon,) saddle and saddletree maker, E Tem- 
ple bet 2nd and 3rd s, res E Temple bet 3rd and 4th S 
Curtis Theodore, sack maker, s w c 2nd S and 2nd E 
Cushing Mrs. G., widow, 11th wd, s s S Temple bet 7th and 

8th E 
CUSHING J., (C. & Bro.,) bootmaker, s s 1st S bet ETempleand 

lste, res 20th wd 
Cushing James, farmer, 11th wd, s e c S Temple and 8th E 
CUSHING B,, (C & Bro.,) bootmaker, s s 1st S bet E Temple and 

1st E, res : 0th wd, S Temple bet Elm and Maple 
Cuthbert E., blacksmith, 1st S bet 1st E and E Temple 
Cutler John C, clerk, dwl e s 2nd W bet 1st and 2nd S 



Anker's One Price Clothing Souse, FSt., (Sign of the GILT ANCHOR,) Denver, Col. 



48 SALT LAKE CITY DIRECTORY. 

D 

Daft A., Variety Store, 2nd S 

Dallas S. C, chairmaker, 37th wd, e s 1st W bet N Temple and 

IstN 
Dangerfield J., farmer, 11th wd. s s 1st S bet 6th and 7th E 
Darrah Mrs. C, boards at the Golden Eagle Hotel, e s 1st W bet 

1st and 2nd S 
Davy Charles, (C. D. & King,) keeper of Emigration Square, res 

4th wd 
Davey Charles, manufacturer of neats ft. oil, 4th wd, e s 2nd W 

bet 7th and 8th S 
Davidson S. J., weaver, 10th wd, nee 5th S and 7th E 
Davis A„ telegraph messenger, W. U Telegraph Co., h 17th wd 
Davis Mrs. A., widow 19th wd, n s 3rd N bet 4th and 5th W 
Davis Albert W., teamster, 17t i wd, s w cist W and W Temple 
Davis Mrs. Ann, widow 11th wd, e s 9th E bet 2nd and 3rd S 
Davis David, laborer 2nd wd, w s 6th E bet 6th and 7th S 
Davis Mi s. Dolly, 17th wd, dwl e s W Temple c 1st N and N 

Temple 
Davis Edwin, W., teamster, 17th wd, n s S Temple bet 1st W 

and W Temple 
Davis E.W., carpenter, 17th wd, e s 2nd W bet N Temple and 1st W 
DAVIS GEO.,(D. A Burchnell,) grocer, w sE Temple bet 1st and 

S Temple, res 17th wd, w s 1st W bet 1st and 2nd. N 
Davis Geo., laborer, 16th wd, res s e c N Temple and 5th W 
Davis H. A,, steward at Montana Restaurant E Temple bet 2nd 

and 3rdS 
Davis J. C, fruit and vegetable dealer, w s E Temple bet 1st S 

and S Temple, res ] 1th wd, s s N Temple bet 1st and 2nd W 
Davis James M., mechanic, 7th wd, w s E Temple bet 3rd and 

4th S 
Davis John S., grocer, n w c 4th S and 2nd E, res same 
Davis John T., laborer, e s6th W bet 1st N and N Temple 
Davis Morgan, plasterer, 10th wd, e s 7th E bet 5th and 6th S 
Davis M. L., physician and surgeon, 0th wd, nee 3rd W and 

5th S 
Davis Nathan, Mormon bishop of 7th wd, w s N Temple bet W 

Temple and IstW 
Davis S., salesman atN. S Ransohoff & Co., e s of E Temple bet 

1st and 2nd S 
Davis Theopilus, laborer for J, A. Yonng, res 5th wd, e s 3rd W bet 

6th and[7th S 
Davis T. J., (D. & Geary,) cigars and tobacco, 1st Sbet E and W 

Temple, res same 
Davis Wm., boot and shoe maker, at E. B. Tripp & Co., res 20th W 
Davis Wm., plasterer, 11th wd, n w c 3d S 4th W 
Dawson J. M., cook at Salt Lake House 
Daynes J., watchmaker and musician, w s E Temple bet 1st S 

andS Temple 

line Furnishing Goods in great variety at Anker's ONE PRICE Store, Denver, Col. 



SALT LAKE CITY DIRECTORY. 49 

Day David, dry goods, groceries and provisions, w s E Temple 

bet 1st and 2d S, res 14th wd, n s 3d S bet E and W Tem- 
ple 
Day Hugh, wheelwright, 16th wd, nee 5th W and S Temple 
Day Mrs. Hugh, weaver, 16th wd, nee 5th W and S Temple 
Debenham Henry, shoe maker, 14th wd, e s 1st W bet S Temple 

and 1st S 
DECKER C. (Latimer, Taylor & Co.). Pioneer steam mill and 

wood- working machinery, s e c 2d E and 5th S, res 8th wd, 

same as above 
Decker Mrs. Ha riet, 14th wd, boarding house, n 1st S bet 1st S 

and S Temple 
Degray Mrs. Mariah, widow, 11th wd, e s 7th E bet 1st S and S 

Temple 
Deliter T. (T. D. & Co.), Franco-American Chop-house, s s 1st S 

bet E Temple and 1st E 
Deuing M., farmer, 1st wd, e s 8th E bet 8th and 9th S 
Denb — , 11th wd, s s S Temple bet 6th and 7th E 
Derr Win., gardener and lamplighter of Salt Lake Theatre, res 

16th wd, s s 1st N bet 2d and 3d W 
Derrick Z. T., machinist, 12th wd. w s 5th E bet 2d and 3d S 
Derrick Z. W., machinist, 12th wd. s w of 2d S and 6th E 
Desaules Francis, 12th wd, w s 6th E bet 2d and 3d S 
Deseret News printing office, n e c E and S Temple 
Deuel O. M., farmer, 15th wd, s w c 1st S and 4th W 
Dewey Albert, policeman, 8th wd, n e 1th S and 2d E 
Dewey B. F., clerk at Salt Lake House 
Dewey John, superintendent of lumber mill, 8th w, n s 4th S 

bet 2d and 3d E 
Diegman John, carpenter, 16th wd, w s 2d W'bet 1st N and N 

Temple 
Diehl C. (Fordonski & D), hair-dresser, e s of E Temple bet 1st 

and 2d S 
Dilworth Mrs. Eliza, widow, 8th wd, e s 3d E bet 4th and 5th S 
Dilworth John, wheelwright, 14th wd 
Dimmock Geo., second hand store, w s E Temple bet 2d and 3d, 

res same 
Dimond Q., broom maker, 13th wd 
DINWOODEY HENRY, cabinet maker, furniture dealer and 

undertaker, w s E Temple bet 1st S and S Temple, and s s 

1st S bet E and W Temple , res 7th wd, w s 1st W bet 3d 

and 4th S 
Dixon Henry, clerk, 11th wd 
Domville James, saddler, at Curtis & Kinnon, E Temple bet 2d 

and 3d S, res 6th S bet 2d and 3d W, 5th wd 
Domville Thomas, carpenter, 5th wd, n e W Temple and 5th S 
Donelson, C. M., cooper, w s E Temple bet 1st, S and S Temple, 

res 13th wd, n s 2d S bet 1st and 2d E 
Doolittle John, mechanic, 7th wd, e s W Temple bet 3d and 

4th S 

For a will made Garment call at Anker's, F St. , DENVER, Col. 



50 SALT LAKE CITY DIRECTORY. 

Doremus Henry R., school-teacher, Union Academy, res n e c 2d 

W and 1st N 
Doren Hugh, stage driver, 13th wd 
Dorion Joseph, cabinet maker, res Camp Douglas 
Douglas W. M., blacksmith, s s 3d S bet 1st and 2d E, h 8th wd, 

s w c 3d S and 2d E 
Dowden Edwin, saleman, at Win. Jennings' res 14th wd, 1st W 

bet S Temple and 1st S 
Draagard F., 2d wd, n w c 5th E and 8th S 
Drake Horace, farmer, 2d wd, sec 7th S and 4th E 
Drake Thomas J., Associate Judge of Supreme Court for U. T., 

office 13th wd. e s 1st E bet 1st and 2d S 
Drannan F., 13th wd, w s 3d E bet 1st and 2d S 
DRUCE HENRY, engraver and embroidery stamper, n s 2d S 

bet E Temple and 1st E, res n e c of 3d S and 4th W 
Druce John, carpenter, 12th wd, sec 1st S and 4th E 
Dubbs Alfred, clerk at Gilbert & Sons 
Dudman J., 9th wd, laborer, n s 5th S bet 5th and 6th E 
Duffin A., laborer, 2d wd, s s 6th S bet 3d and 4th E 
Duft Mrs., widow, 8th wd, e s E Temple bet 4th and 5th S 
DUGGINS S. G. A., Idaho House, s s 2d S bet E Temple and 

1st E 
Duke John J., clerk atF.D. Cliffs 
Dunbar W. C, gardener and actor at Salt Lake Theatre res 

20th wd 
Duncan D. M., blacksmith, res 15th wd, s w c 1st S and 5th W 

and farm in 6th wd 
Duncan John, 1st wd, nee 8th E and 7th S 
Duncombe J., laborer, 12th wd, s s S Temple bet W Temple and 

1st W 
DUNFORD WM, accountant and agent for S. M. & E. X. Co., 

res 14th wd, E Temple 
Dunkin T., laborer, 7th wd, secW Temple and 5th S 
Dunn Thomas D., celrk at Siegel Bros., res e s E Temple bet 1st 

and 2d S 
Dunn T. C, salesman, at Siegel Bros., hE Temple bet 1st and 2d S 
Dunlap Mrs. A., widow, 2d wd, s s 8th S bet 3d and 4th E 
Dunlop Robert, bootmaker, at "Wm. Sloan's, res 14th wd, w s W 

Temple bet 2d and S'd S 
Dunyon Newton, agent, 11th wd, sec 6th E and 1st S 
Durant Oliver, dry goods, groceries and clothing, n e c of E 
Temple and 2d S 8th wd, res e s E Temple bet 3d and 4th S 
Durfey Myron, shingle maker, 12th wd, e S 4th E bet 1st S and S 

Temple 
Durggins James, at Bowring & Jones 
Durnford Arthur, carpenter, res 19th wd 
Dutton James, laborer, 12th wd, n w c 5th E and 2d S 
Dwiggins James, 8th wd 

Dwyer James, clerk, at Gilbert & Sons, res 15th wd, 2d W bet 1st 
and 2d S 

Hats & Caps for Overland Travel at Anker's One PRICE Store, Denver, Col 



SALT LAKE CITY DIRECTORY. 51 

Dye Robert, variety store, 1st S bet 1st E and E Temple, res 20th 
wd, bet Fir and Oak 

E 

Eads Isaac, carpenter, 17th wd, n s N Temple bet W Temple and 

IstW 
Eagan Mrs. Nancy, 19th wd, n s 2nd N bet nr 1st W 
Eardley B., (E. Bros.) Deseret pottery, esW Temple bet 3rd and 

4th S res 7th wd 
Eardley Bedson, potter, 7th wd sec 1st W and 4th S 
Eardley James, (E. Bros.) Deseret pottery, es W Temple bet 3rd 

and 4th S 3rd wd, between 6th and 7th S 
Eardly John, potter, 6th wd, s s 4 h S bet 2nd and 2rd W 
Earl Jonathan, la orer, 10th wd, w s 9th E bet 4th and 5th S 
Earl Michael, tailor, 20 'h wd sec Fruit and Locust 
Earl Richard, tailor, 20th wd. n w c Fruit and Ash 
EAST E. W., Probate and ex-officio , County clerk, office, Court- 
house, nee 2nd W and 2nd S res 14th wd, n s 1st S bet 
1st and 2nd W 
Eastman O. F., saddle maker, 17th wd, e s 2nd W bet 1st and 

2ndN 
Eccles Henry, stone cutter, 15th wd, s w c '2nd S and 3rd W 
Eccles Robert, clerk, at F. D. Cliffs, res W Temple bet 3rd and 

4th S 
Eckmann Henry, 60th wd, on the beach 
Eddington William, provisions and groceries, E Temple bet 1st 

and 2nd S res 14th wd, e s S 1st W bet 2nd and. 3rd S 
Edginton Walter Wm., 11th wd, w s 8th E bet 1st and 2nd S 
Edward Joseph, sexton, 13th wd, n s 1st S bet 2nd and 3rd E 
Edward Peter, farmer, 3rd wd, nee 7th S and E Temple 
Edwards Alexander, carpenter 19th wd 

Edwards Charles, laborer, 11th wd, e s 7th E bat 2nd and 3rd S 
Edwards George W., 17th wd, bds s e c2nd W and 2nd N 
Edwards John, stone-cutter, 6th wd, w s 3rd W bet 3rd and 4th S 
Edwards Wm., farmer, 4th wd, w s W Temple bet 6th and 7th S 
Eggtes Geo., (E. & Co.) bakery and resranrant, n s 1st S bet 

E Temple and 1st E res same 
EIGHTH WARD SCHOOL HOUSE, n s 4th S bet 1st and 2nd E 
Elder J. B., cooper, E Temple bet 2nd arid 3rd S res 14th wd 2nd 

S bet 1st and 2nd W 
Eldredge Elnathan, farmer, 15th wd, w s 4th W bet N Temple and 

IstN 
Eldredge Elnathan, Jr., farmer, 16th wd, w s 4th W bet N Temple 

and 1st N 
Eldredge Frederick B., farmer, 16th wd, w s 4th W bet 1st N and 

N Temple 
ELDREDGE H. S., (E.-& Clawsonj dealer in dry goods, gro- 
ceries, and agricultural implements, E Temple bet 1st S 
and S Temple res 13th wd, sec 1st S and 2nd E 

Clothing & Furnishing Goods for Overland Travel at Anker's, Denver, Col 



52 SALT LAKE CITY DIRECTORY. 

Eldredge Joseph, freighter, 16th wd, bet N Temple and 

IstN 
Eleventh Ward School House, s w c 1st S and 8th E 
ELGUTTER MORRIS, trimmings, embroidery and dry goods, 

w s E Temple bet 1st and 2nd S res same 
Elgutter Solomon, salesman at M. Elgutter's, w s E Temple bet 1st 

and 2nd S dw with M. Elgutter 
Eliason John, watchmaker, 20th wd, nrthe c of Locust and Bluff 
Eller C, carpenter, 11th wd, e s 7th wd, bet 1st and 2nd W 
Ellerbeck T. W., accountant at B. Y's res 17th wd, 1st N and 2nd W 
Ellerson O. L., (E. & Co.) watchmaker, E Temple bet 2nd and 

3rd S res same 
Elifrit R. T., druggist, E Temple bet 2nd and 3rd S res same 
Ellis Alexander, baker and yeast manufacturer, res 6th wd, s s 

1st N bet 3rd and 1th W 
ELLIS B., (E. Bros.) dry goods, clothing and groceries, w s F 

Temple bet 1st and 2nd S res 13th wd, n s 1st S bet E 

Temple and 1st E 
Ellis George, carpenter, 7th wd, e s 3rd E bet 5th and 6th S 
Ellis Isaac, merchant, res 13th wd, dwl with Nathan Ellis n s 1st 

S bet E Temple and 1st E 
Ellis James, laborer, at Wm, Jenning's tannery, res 8th wd, ss 

3rd S bet 1st and 2nd E 
ELLIS JAMES M., (E. Bros.) dealer in clothing, dry goods and 

groceries, w s E Temple bet 1st and 2nd S res 1st S bet 

E Temple and 1st E 
ELLIS NATHAN, (E. Bros.) dealer in clothing, dry goods and 

groceries, w s E Temple bet 1st and 2nd S res 13th wd, n s 

1st S bet E Temple and 1st E 
Ellsworth H., farmer, 1st wd, on the beach outside city wall, bet 

8th and 9th S 
Elmer Peter, farmer, 14th wd, we s E Temple bet 2nd and 3rd S 
Elvers Carl, 17th wd, r n s N Temple bet 1st W and W Temple 
Emery Henry, salesman, at Walker Bros., res 16th wd, w s 7th W 

bet N and S Temple 
EMPEY NELSON A., salesman, at N. Ranshoff & Co., res 13th 

wd, n s 1st S bet E Temple and 1st E 
Englebrecht Paul, (E. Bros.) billiard saloon, n s2nd Sbet E Tem- 
ple and 1st E 
ENGLER LEWIS, (L. Cohn & Co.) dealer in clothing and 

dry goods, w s E Temple bet 1st and 2nd S res same 
Ensign J. C, carpenter, res 13th wd, e s 2nd E bet 2nd and 

3rdS 
Ensign L., farmer, res 18th wd, n s 3rd S bet 2nd and 3rd E 
Ensign R., freighter, res 13th wd, nee 3rd S and 2nd E 
Ensign S., millwright, 8th wd, s s 3rd S bet 2nd and 3rd E 
Ensign S. C, teamster, res 8th wd. s s S bet 3rd and 4th E 
Enz Gottlieb, miller, ar P. Pugsley, dw with Phillip Pugsley 
Erickson Peter, cabinet maker, 17th wd 
Ernshaw M., laborer, 16th wd, bet 1st and 2nd N 



Miners' Clothing and Outfitting Goods at Anker's, F St Denver, Col, 



SALT LAKE CITY DIRECTORY. 53 

Erskine A., tailor, 2nd S bet E Temple and 1st E 20th wd, 

Fruit st 
Ervin John, teamster, 19th wd, nee 2nd W and 2nd N 
Ervin W. C, (Wardman & Co.^i grocer, n w c 2nd S and 1st 

E res W Temple 
Evans Benjamin, laborer, 16th wd, sec 2nd N and 5th W 
Evans Charles N., clerk at Eldredge & Clawson, res 7th wd, 

res 7th wd 4th S bet 1st and 2nd W 
Evans David carpenter and builder, 7th wd, s s 3rd S bet 1st 

and 2nd W 
Evans David, fitter at E. B. Tripp & Co., res 20th wd, nr city 

wall 
Evans David L., laborer, 9th wd s s 4th S bet 5th and 6th E 
Evans Hugh, harness maker, 16th wd, sec 2nd N and 5th W 
Evans James carpenter, 20th wd, e s Pine nr city wall 
Evans J., tailor, w s E Tenrnle bet 1st S and S Temple res 3rl 

wd, s s 6th S bet 1st E and E Temple 
Evans James, upholsterer, and property man, at Salt Lake 

Theater, res 20th wd 
Evans John, tailor and scourer, s s 2nd S bet E Temple and 

IstE 
Evans John E., printer at Telegraph Office, res 9th wd 3rd W 
Evans John P., mason, res 19th wd nee 2nd N and 4th W 
Evans John T., teamster, 1st S and S Temple 
Evans Joseph, blacksmith for B. Y. , res 16th wd, bet 7th and 

8th W 
Evans Moses, blacksmith, 17th wd, e s 1st W bet and S Temple 
Evans Peter, plumber and painter, 9th wd, e s 3rd E bet 3rd and 

4th S 
Evans Samuel L., stone cutter, res 6th wd w s 4th W bet 4th 

and 5th S 
Evans Wm., painter, 12th wd e s 3rd E bet 2nd and 3rd S 
Evans Zenos, (Latimer, Taylor & Co.) Pioneer steam mill and 

wood working machinery 

F 

Fairclough James, machinist, 5th wd, w s 2nd W bet 6th and 

7th S 
Fairclough Peter, stone cutler, 7th wd, nee 2nd W and 5th S 
Fallon's Hall, 14th wd, n s 1st S bet 1st and 2nd W 
Fallon Henry, carpenter and cabinet-maker, 13th wd, sec 2nd E 

and S Temple 
Farr Mrs. Almena, widow, 17th wd, w s W Temple bet 1st N and 

N Temple 
Farr A. F., farmer, 17th wd, w s W Temple bet 1st N and N 

Temple 
Farr Mrs. Olive H., widow, 17th wd, w s W Temple bet 1st N and 

N Temple 
FAUST H. G., (F. & Houtz) livery stable, ss 2nd S bet E Temple 

and 1st E 

All Goods Sold at « One Price Only," at inker's CLOTHING House, Denver. 



54 SALT LAKE CITY DIRECTORY. 

Felt N. H., I7thwd c W and N Temple 

Felts H, L., 9th wd, nee 3rdE and 3rd S 

Fenn W. B., (Wilkenson & F.) dealer in dry goods, groceries 

and hardware, 2nd S bet E Temple and 1st E re \ New 

Haven, Conn 
Fenton Frank S., at W. U. Telegraph Co., res 14th wd, nee 1st 

W and 2nd S 
Fenton Thomas, nurseryman and gardener, 6th wd, w s 4th W 

bet 4th and 5th S 
Ferguson Mrs. C, domestic, 12th wd, e s 3rd Ebet S Temple and 

IstS 
Ferguson Mrs. Jane, widow, !4th wd, p s 1st Sbe 1 ^ 1st and 2nd W 
Ferrar Mrs. A., 6th wd, e s 4th W bet : rd and 4th S 
Ferrar Benjamin, policeman, Cith wd, e s ith W bet 3rd and 4th W 
Field Jesse, baker, 13th wd, n s 1st S bet 2nd and 3rd E 
Field Jessie, baker, E Tern le bet 2nd and 3rd S res same 
Fielding A., m stch maker, 5th wd, e s 3rd W bet 7th and 8th "W 
Fielding James, laborer, 6th wd, s w c 3rd S and 3rd W 
Fielding Mrs. Mary Ann, widow, 16th wd, s wc IstN and 2nd W 
Fife Adam, quarryman. 10th wd, s s 3rd S bet 9th and 10th E 
Fife John, quarryman, 10th wd, sec 9th Eand 3rd S 
Fifth Ward School House, s w c 3rd W and 7th S 
Fifteenth Ward School House, s s 1st S bet 3rd and 4th W 
FIRST WARD SCHOOL HOUSE, 8th E bet 7th and 8th S 
Fisher David, miller, 11th wd, e s 6th E bet 4th and 5th E 
Fisher Joseph, miller 10th wd, dwl e s 8th E bet 4th and 5th S 
Fisher Thomas, adobe maker, 6th wd, w s 4th W bet 5th and 

6th S 
Fisher William, farmer, I6th wd, e s 1st N bet 5th and 6th W 
Fletcher — , 8th wd, w s 3rd E bet 3rd and 4th S 
Flint William, peddler, 19th wd, e s 3rd W bet 2nd and 3rd N 
Flower Mrs. Harriet, widow, 11th wd, w s 9th E bet 1st and 

2ndS 
Flower John, boot and shoemaker, E Temple bet 2nd and 3rd S 

res 19th wd, e s 1st W bet 2nd N and Plum 
Folsom William, architect, 14th wd, r w c 1st W and S Temple 
Forbes H., teamster, 9th wd, w s 5th S bet oth and 6th E 
Forbes John, carpenter, 10th wd, e s • th E bet 5th and 6th S 
Forbes Mrs. Mary, <ith wd, w s 3rd W bet 3rd and 4th S 
Ford Mrs. Anna, widow, n s 5th S bet 5th and 6th E 
Ford George, sawyer, 11th wd, s s 1st S bet 6th and 7th E 
Ford Mrs. Johannah, widow, n s 5th S bet 5th and 6th E 
Ford Joseph , banking house, n s 1st s bet E and W Temple 
Fordonski Ike, (F. & Diehl) hair dresser, e s E Temple bet 1st 

and 2nd S 
Foreman Joseph (Foreman &Son) cooper, 1st S bet 1st E and E 

Temple res s e c S Temple and 1st W 
Forrester Robert, gardener, 11th wd, w s 7th E bet 2nd and 

3rdS 
Forscut Mrs. E. n s 2nd S bet E Temple and 1st E 

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SALT LAKE CITY DIRECTORY. 56 

Foss Mrs. Sarah B., widow, 14th wd, w s W Temple bet S Tem- 
ple and 1st S 
Foster Edward, stone cutter, res 16th wd, n s N Temple w of 

7th W 
Foster W. C, copyist at the Salt Lake Theater, res 13th wd, n 

slstS 
Foster Wm. H., woodturner. E Temple bet 2nd and 3rd S res 7th 

wd, W Temple bet 3rd and 4th S 
Foster Wm. L., laborer, res 13th wd, 1st S bet 2nd and 3rd W 
Foster W. W., soap manufacturer, 5th wd w s e 3rd Wbet 7th 

and 8th S 
Fotheringham Mrs. Ann, widow, 18th wd, n s S Temple be'" 6th 

and 7th W 
Fourteenth Ward School House, s s 1st S bet 1st and 2nd W 
Fowl N. W., job wagon, 7th wd, sweE Temple and 5th S 
Fowler H. C, accountant at general tithing store, e s E Temple 

bet N and S Temple 
Fowler Samuel, nurseryman, 11th wd, bet 6th and 7th E 
FOX FKANK F., Excelsior Garden and ice cream saloon 12th 

wd, s s 1st S bet 4th and 5th E, res same 
Fox Jesse, territorial surveyor, 14th wd, n s 1st bet 1st and 2nd 

W, office same 
Fox John, mason, 9th wd, e s 5th E bet 3rd and 4th S 
Frame E., stone mason, 11th wd, s s S Temple bet 8th and 

9th E 
Francis John, machinist at Wm. Jenning's, res 16th wd, n s N 

Temple nr Jordan bridge 
Frazer John, fruit and ice cream saloon, nr the warm springs, res 

19th wd, same 
Free P. S., farmer, 12th wd, e s 4th E bet 1st and 2nd N 
Freeland John, freighter, 13th wd, n s 2nd S bet E Temple and 

IstE 
Freeman John, 10th wd, on the bench 
Freeman John H., well sinker, 10th wd, on the beach 
Freeze James P., salesman, at Eldredge & Clawson, ras 11th wd, 

n w c 2nd S and 7th E 
Frost Burr, blacksmith, 8th wd, e s 2nd E bet 3rd and 4th S, res 

8th wd, sec 3rd S and 2nd E 
Fry John S., salesman at Walker, Bros., res 12th wd, w s S 

Temple 
Fry M. L., (Goddard & F.) California restaurant, n s 2nd S bet 

E and W Temple 
Fuller C, freighter, 17th wd, e s 2ndW bet 1st and 2nd N 
Fuller B., freigh'er, 17th wd, e s 2nd W bet 1st and 2nd N 
Fuller Wm., printer, at Daily Telegraph Office, h on the bench 

10th wd, nr 4th 
Fuller W. D., freighter, 18th wd, e s 2nd W bet 1st and 2nd E 
Fullmer A. L., farmer, 9th wd, s s 4th S bet 3rd and 4th E 
Fullmer David, trader in sundries, E Temple bet 2nd and 3rd S, 

res 6th wd, sec 3rd W and 4th S 

The most elegant Clothing House in Colorado is ANKER'S, Denver. 



56 SALT LAKE CITY DIRECTORY. 

Fullmer E. B., farmer, 6th wd, s s 4th S bet 2nd and 3rd W 
Fullmer H. O., farmer, 6th wd, s e c 4th S and 3rd W 
Fullmer Junius S., farmer, 6th wd, sec 4th S, res same 
Furster John B., weaver, 9th wd, w s 6th W bet 4th and 5th S, 
res same 

a 

Gabbot E., farmer, 7th wd, n e c 4th S and 4th W 

Gage — 5th wd, e s 3d W bet 4th and 9th S 

Gaisford Geo. , trader, 16th wd, n w c 4th S and 7th E 

Gale Robert, wagon maker, r of 1st S bet E Temple and 1st E, 

res 19th wd, Beet 
Gamble Thomas, peddler, 8th wd, s s 5th S ber E Temple and 

IstE 
Gans A. (N. S. Ransohoff & Co.), dealer in clothing, dry goods, 

groceries and general merchandise, e s E Temple bet 1st 

and 2d S, res 14th wd, s s 2d S bet E and "VV Temple 
Gant John M., carpenter, 15th wd, sec 1st S and 4th W 
Garrett Wm., brick maker, 2nd wd, w s 4th E bet 6th and 7th S 
Garrett Wm. A., brick maker, 2d wd, w s 4th E bet 6th and 7th S 
Garretts L. (Little & Co.), market building, on 1st S bet E and 

W Temple 
Gatehouse Wm., stone cutter, res 19th wd, s s 3d N bet 5th and 

6th W 
Gates Mrs. Mary, 13th wd, s w c 2d S and 2d S 
Geary M. (Davis & G.), cigars and tobacco, 1st s bet E and W 

Temple, res same 
Gemmil Alexander, omnibus driver, 12th wd, e s 3d E bet 2d and 

3dS 
George Henry, tailor, 3d wd, w s 2d E bet 6th and 7th S 
George John, laborer, 19th wd, e s 3d W bet 2d and 3d N 
Gibbs Gideon, carpenter, w s 4th W bet N Temple and 1st N 
Gibbs Horace, boarding house, 17th wd, w s 1st W bet 1st and 

2dN 
Gibby John, teamster, 9th wd, s s 3d S bet 3d and 4th E 
Gibby Mathew, teamster, 6th wd, dwl sec 5th S and Hh W 
Gibby William, carpenter, 7th wd, e s 1st W bet 4th and 6th S 
Gibson Alexander, laborer, res north of city wall 
Gibson Jacob, farmer, 9th wd, s w c 4th E and 3d S 
Gibson James, saddler, at Bowring & Jones ; res nee Bluff and 

Chestnut 
Gibson W. S. , teamster, 20th wd, n s Bluff bet Oak and Elm 
GILBERT ABEL (G. & Sons), dealer in dry goods, groceries 

and general merchandise, e s E Temple bet 1st and 2d S, 

res 13th wd, w s 1st E bet 1st and 2d S 
GILBERT CYRUS P. (G. & Sons), dealer in dry goods, cloth- 
ing and general merchandise, e s E Temple bet 1st and 

2d S 
Gilbert Frank B., trader, res 14th wd, e s W Temple bet 1st and 

2d S 



Anker is undoubtedly the leading Clothier of Colorado. 



SALT LAKE CITY DIRECTORY. 57 

Gilbert Henry, 14th wd, sec 1st W and 1st S 

Gilbert William (Gilbert & Co.), boarding house, s s 2d S bet 

E Temple and 1st E 
GILBERT WM. (G. & Sons), dealer in dry goods, groceries 

and general merchandise, e s E Temple bet 1st and 2d 

S, res 14th wd, e s W Temple bet 1st and 2d S 
Gildersleeve John W., mechanic, 13th wd, e s E Temple bet 2d 

and 3d S 
Giles Isaac B., miner, 13th wd, rear e s E Temple bet 2d and 3d S 
Giles Thomas D., harper, res 15th wd, w s 6th Wbet 1st and 2d S 
Gill Richard, hair dresser, 20th wd, n e c S Temple and Maple 
Gill Richard, hair dresser, 2d Sbet 1st E and E Temple, res S 

Temple nr 6th E 
Gill Thomas M., accountant, at Hussey, Dahler & Co., res same 
Gillet Carlos, teamster, 9th wd, s s 5th S bet 4th and 5th E 
Gillet H. E , blacksmith, w s 4th E bet 4th and 5thS , 9th wd, e s 

4th E bet 4th and 5th S 
Gillet John A., millwright, 9th wd, s w c 4th E and 4th S 
Gillispie Peter, stone cutter, 16th wd, N Temp' e bet 7th and 8th W 
Girard Lewis, carpenter, 2d wd, e s 5th E be. 6th and 7th S 
Glade J. (G. & Fowler), restaurant, w s E Temple bet 1st Sand 

S Temple 
Gleason John, farmer, 3d wd, s w c 6th S and E 
Glenin Alexander, teamster, 4th wd, s s 6th S bet 1st and 2d W 
Glocksman M. (G, & Co.), dealer in clothing and dry goods, w s 

E Temple bet 1st and 2d S 
Godbe Anthony, dwl with W. S. Godbe, w s 1st E bet 2d and 3dS 
GODBE W, S., drugs and medicines, and general merchandise, 

wholesale and retail, s e c E Temple and 1st S , res 13th 

wd, w s 1st E bet 2d and 3d S, and n e c 2d E and 2d S 
GODDARD GEO., dealer in provisions, e s E Temple bet 1st 

and 2d S ; res 12th wd, n s 2d S bet 2d and 3d E 
Goddard Geo,, match and ink manufacturer, n s 2d S bet 2d and 

3d E 
Goddard Joseph, telegraph operator, res 4th wd, 2d S bet 3d and 

4th E 
Goddard Stephen, farmer, 1 3th wd, w s 2d E bet 2d and 3d S 
Goddard T. W. (G. & Fry), California restaurant, n s 2d sbetE 

and W Temple, res same 
Goddard Wm, clerk, 15th wd, e s 3d W bet 2d and 3d W 
Godfrey Geo., laborer, 10th wd, n s 4th S 

Godsall John, invalid, 4th wcl, s s 7th S bet W Temple and 1st W 
Goforth Wm., wag n master at J. A. Young's 
Golden R., tanner and shoe manufacturer, w s E Temple bet 1st 

S and S Temple, res 16th wd, nr the public square 
Goldin Robert J., projDrietor of tannery, I9thwd, e s 2d W bet 

2d and 3d N, res 17th w, s s 1st N bet 1st and 2d W 
Golding Mrs. S., widow, 17th wd, s s 1st N bet 1st and 2d W 
Goldstein S., clerk, at Greenberg & Co., res at the store 
Goldstein S., variety store, e s E Temple bet 1st and 2d S 



Anker, the leading Clothier of Colorado, F St., Denver, Col. 



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58 SALT LAKE CITY DIRECTORY. 

Golightly R., baker, res 3d S bet 1st and 3d W 

Goodman Thomas, gardener, 12th wd, s w c 6th E and 2d E 

Goodman Win., cabinet maker, 11th wd, e s Oth E l>et 1st and 

2dS 
Goodridge Geo. A., teamster, 19th wd, e s 3d W bet 2d and 3dN 
Goodwin Edwin, at Walker Bros., dwl with D. E. Walker 
Goodwin Geo., herder, res 10th wd, w s 2d W bet 2d and 3d N 
Gordan John, mason, 11th wd, n e c 2d S and 7th E 
Gordan Wm., laborer, 10th wd, s w c 5th S and 9th E 
Gorton John, laborer, 2 1st wd 
Gover Morris, laborer, 19th wd, near the Arsenal 
Graaf H. G. de, 5th wd, s e c 7th S and 3d W 
Graham John C, bookkeeper, at B. Y., res 12th wd, 2d S bet 4th 

and 5th 
Graham J. C, clerk and actor, at Salt Lake Theatre, res 12th wd 
Graham Robert, iron moulder, 1 1th wd, n s 6th S bet 8th and 9th E 
Graham W. H., painter, 1st wd, n s 8th S 
Grant Geo. D., farmer. 13th wd, s s 2d S bet 1st and 2d E 
Grant Mrs. Rachael R., widow, 13th wd, w s 2d W bet S Temple 

and 1st S 
Grant Robert, carpenter, 8th wd, n s6th Sbet IstE and E Temple 
Gray Andrew, farmer, 15th wd, s s S Temple bet 3d and 4th W 
Gray John, boot and shoe maker, 9th wd 

Gray John, boot and shoe maker, 9th wd, n w c'4th E and 6th S 
Gray J. C, carpenter and builder, n s 2d Sbet 1st and 2d E, res 

13th wd, w s 2d E bet S Temple and 1st S 
Gray Peter, rope maker, llth wd, e s 9th E bet 1st and 2nd S 
Gray Robert, carpenter, 9th wd, e s 5th E bet 5th and 6th S 
Greauier John, 13th wd, e s 1st E bet 1st and 2d S 
Green C. B., corral, 4th S bet 1st and 2d E 
Green John (G. & Julian), tailor, E Temple bet 2d and 3d S, res 

llth wd, n w c 1st S and 7th E 

Green John Y., freighter, 7th wd, s s 4th S bet E and W Temj le 

Green Joseph (N. Lawrence & Co.), dealer in groceries and pro- 

visionSj and Insurance Agent for Fireman's Fund of S. F. 

and Eqitable of N. Y., e s E Temple bet 2d and 3d S 

Green Mrs. Mary E., school teacher, 7th wd, e s 4th S bet E and 

W Temple 
Green Wm. Henry, saddler, 18th wd 
GREENBERG M. (G, & Co.), successor to Klopstock & Co., e 

s E Temple bet 1st and 2d S, res same 
Gregg Wm. C, carver and gilder, 1 1th wd, a s 1st S bet 6th and 

7th E 
Gregory Mrs. L., widow, 8th wd, nee 6th S and 2d E 
GRENIG DANIEL, baker, confectioner and grocer, e s E Tem- 
ple bet 1st and 2d S, res s s 1st S bet 1st E and E Temple 
Grew Isaac, 9th wd, nee 4th S and 4th E 
Griffin Wm., laborer, 10th wd, s w c 5th S and 9d E 
Griffith Mrs. Peggie, widow, spinner, 2d wd, sec 6th S and 3d E 
Griffiths David, carder and spinner, atB. Y.'s factory 

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Griggs Thos. C, salesman, at Walker Bros., res 16th wd, n w o 

S Temple ane 3d W 
Grinsdell Win., carpenter, 10th wd, s s 4th S bet 7th and 8th E 
Groesbeck Nicholas, 17th wd 

Groo Isaac, 9th wd, w s 4th E bet 4th and 5th s 
GROVES W. H., dentist, n s 2d S bet E Temple and 1st E 
Grow Henry, carpenter, 19th wd, s w c 3d W and 3d N 
Gumbar Miss Lydia, n w c 4th W and S Temple 
Gunn Benjamin, gardener, 12th wd, n s 3d S bet 5th "and 6th E 

H 

Hadfield Thomas, carpenter, 4th wd, sec 7th S and 1st W 

Hagell Henry, clerk, 20th wd, nee Oak and Bluff 

HAGUE JAMES, gunsmith, whip, saddle and harness maker, w 

s E Temple bet 1st and 2nd S, xes 14th wd, s s 3rd S bet 

E and W Temple 
Hague James Jr. , saddle and harness maker at James Hague's, res 

14th wd, s s 3rd S bet E and W Temple 
Hague John Henry, saddle and harness maker at James Hague's, 

e Temple, res s s 3rd S bet E and W Temple 
HAILSTONE Win, butcher S. L. City Market, w s E Temple, res 

n e c 1st S and 3rd W 
Haizelden John, laborer, 5th wd, w s 2nd W bet 9th and 7th S 
Hale R., laborer, 11th wd, ss 2nd Sbet 9th and 10th S 
Hale Stephen, stone cutter, 8th wd, e s E Temple bet 4th and 

5th S 
Haley Mrs., widow, 13th wd, w s 3rd E bet 1st and 2nd S 
Hall J. K., carpenter 15th wd, e s 4th W bet 2nd and 3rd S 
Hall James R., laborer, 15th wd, s s S Temple bet 5th and 6th W 
Hall Joseph, salesman at Bourne & Needham, res 11th wd, n s 

3rdS bet 1st W andW Temple 
Hall Timothy, farmer, 7th wd, n e c W Temple and 5th S 
Hallett Samuel, surveyor, 20th wd, sec Ash and Garden 
HALSEY WM. L., banker, e s E Temple bet 1st and 2nd S, bds. at 

Salt Lake House 
Hamer John, (H. & Haslem,) blacksmith, w s 2nd W bet 1st N 

and N Temple, res 16th wd, w s 1st W bet 1st and 2nd N 
Hamer Samuel, (H. & Haslem,) blacksmith, 16th wd, w s 5th W 

bet 1st and 2nd N • 
Hamilton Henry, farmer, 11th wd, n s 3rd S bet 9th and 10th E 
Hamlin G. , painter, I9th wd. 

Hammer Edward, locksmith, 8th wd, e s 2nd E bet 4th and 5th S 
HAMMER J. M., Great Salt Lake City local express E Temple 

bet 1st and 2nd S 
Hammer Martin, painter, 8th wd, e s 2nd E bet 4th and 5th S 
Hammer Oluf, laborer, 8th wd, e s 2nd bet 4th and 5th S 
Hammer P. , painter, res 2nd E bet 4t j and 5th S 
Hammerman W., 1st wd, nee 9th E and 9th S 
Hampton B., harness maker, E Temple, res 15th wd, s s 2nd S 

bet 2nd and 3rd W and 3rd and 4th W 

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60 SALT LAKE CITY DIRECTORY. 

Hampton Bon., agent for W. S. Goodbe, res 13th wd, s w c 2nd 

Sand 3rd E 
Hampton Benjamin, laborer at general tithing store 
Hampton Brigham Young, saddle and harness maker, s s 2nd S 

bet E and W Temple 
Hancock Levi W., carpenter 10th wd, s w c 7th E and 4th S 
Hancock John, farmer, 19th wd, sec 4th W and 3rd N 
Hanham E., accountant at Henry Dinwoody's, res 15th wd, w s 

2nd W bet 1st S and S Temple 
Hannibal Peter, adobe maker, 11th wd, sec -nd S and 5th S 
Hansen Hans, shoe maker. 13th wd, n s 3rd S bet 1st and 2nd E 
Hansen John, carpenter, 1 st wd, nee 6th E and 7th S 
Hansen Wm., blacksmith for B. Y., res n 1st N 
Hanson — , carpenter, 7th wd, s w c W Temple and 3rd S 
Hanson — , farmer on Jordan river, res 6th wd 
Hanson Peter, farmer, 19th wd, n w c 3rd N and 3rd W 
H irback A., watchmaker, 20th wd, nr the c Bluff and Locust 
Hardy James, canpenter, res 3rd S bet 1st W and W Temple 
Hardy Josiah G., broom maker, 12th wd, n s 1st S bet 5th and 

6th e 
Hardy Leonard W., bishop of the Mormon Church in the 12th 

wd, n s 1st S bet 5th and 6th E 
Hardy Leonard W., clerk at T. & W. Taylor, res 12sh wd 
Hardy Thomas T. , boot and shoe maker 
Harkins A., (Mortimer & H.,) carpenter and builder, res 7th 

wd, bet W Temple and 1st W 
Harkins August, carpenter, 7th wd, n s 5th S bet N Temple and 

1st wd 
Harmon Benjamin, shoe maker 

Harmon Charles, farmer 16th wd, s w c N Temple and 7th W 
Harmon Geo., painter at J. Midgley. s w c N Temple and 1st W 
Harmon Mrs., widow, 17th wd, s w c and 1st W and N Temple 
Harper Geo., gardener, res 16th wd, sec 3rd W and S Temple 
Harr C, steward at Montana restaurant, E Temple bet 2nd and 

3rdS 
Harrington E. H., school-teacher, 10th wd, s s 3rd S bet 8th and 

9th E 
Harrington Thomas, farmer, 7th wd 
Harris Andrew, printer at the Telegraph Office, res 10 wd, nee 

6th E and 5th S 
Harris I. H.. physician and surgeon, E Temple 
Harris Jasper, 16th wd 

Harris John, baker, res 6th E bet 3rd and 4th S 
Harris John, laborer, 10th wd, e s 6th E bet 3rd and th S 
HARRIS J. T., (Russell H. & Berrv,) hair dresser 1st Sbet 1st 

E and E Temple, res 5th S bet E Temple and 1st E 
Harris Mrs. Margaret D., widow, 2nd wd, s s 8th S bet 2nd and 

3rdE 
Harris Mrs. Sarah, widow, 2nd wd, s s 8th S bet 2nd and 3rd E 
Harris Wm., confectioner, 11th wd, s s S Temple bet 7th and 

8th E 



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SALT LAKE CITY DIRECTORY. 61 

Harris Wna., policeman, res 16th wd, w s 2nd |W bet 1st N and 

N Temple 
Harrison E. L. T., architect, h W. Temple bet 2nd and 3rd S 
Harrison Wm., tinner, res 9th wd, nee 5th S and 3rd E 
Harry Thomas F., agent City Liquor Store, es E Temple bet 

2nd and 3rd S 
Hart James, mason 10th wd, n w c 4th S and 8th E 
Hart Wm., laborer at B. Y's 

Harter G. W., cabinet maker at E. M. Cast's res s e c 1st E and 3rd S 
Harter Joh i , fruit peddler, 9th wd, n w c 6th S and 6th E 
Hartwell Elliott, nurseryman, 12th wd, w s 6th E bet 1st and 

2nd S 
Harvey A., clock and watch maker, 10th wd w s 8th E bet 3rd 

and 4th S 
Haselden John laborer, 6th wd 

Haskell Mrs. U., widow, 12th wd; n e 3rd S bet 3rd and 4th E 
Haslen John R., laborer 

Haslem John R., painter atB. Y's., 19th wd ; w s 6th W 
Haslem John S., (Hamer & H.J blacksmtth, w s 2nd W bet 1st 

N and N Temple, res 16th wd, sec 2nd N and 6th W 
Hastier Wm., gardener, 4th wd, s s7th S bet 1st and 2nd W 
Hauerback A,, (Ellerson& Co.,) watchmaker, E Temple bet 2nd 

3rd S , res 20th wd 
Hawk A. R, miner, 7th wd, n s 4th S bet 1st and 2nn W 
Hawk Wm., farmer, 19th wd, e s 2nd W bet 3rd and 4th N 
Hawkins Geo. E., gardener at B. Y's., 5th wd, sec 6th S and 

2ndW 
Hawkins John B., blacksmith, E Temple bet 2nd and 3rd S, res 

in the rear 
Hawley Curtis, proprietor of sawmill, and lumber dealer, w s 

E Temple bet 2nd and 3rd S 
Haybroo Moses, nurseryman, 20th wd, near Walnut st. and city 

wall 
Hayden Mrs. J. , widow, 8th wd, s s 5th S bet 2nd and 3rd E 
Haynes John, laborer, 3rd wd, e s E Temple bet 6th and 7th S 
Haynes Mrs. , widow, 7th wd, s w c E Temple and 4th S 
Hays Abraham, broom maker, 2nd wd, n s 9th S 
Hays — , laborer, nee Oak aid city wall 
Hays Edwin, broom maker, 2nd wd, nee 4th E and 9th S, Res 

same 
Hayward G., blacksmith, res s w c 1st N and 5th W 
HAYWAKD G., wagon maker, 2nd S bet E and W Temple, res 

16th wd, n w c 1st N and 5th W 
Haywood Joseph L., farmer 17th wd, s s 1st N bet E and W Tem- 
ple 
Hazzard C. J., clerk vt Gilbert & Sons, res 13th wd, 2nd S bet 

2nd and 3rd E 
Head F. H., Superintendent of Indian affairs for U. T., res 12th 

wd, w s 4th E bet 1st S and S Temple 
Healy James, butcher, 1st E bet 1st and 2nd S 

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62 SALT LAKE CITY DIRECTORY. 

Heath Mrs. Elizabeth, widow, n s 4th S bet th and 7th E 
Heath Frederick, farmer, 7th wd, e s 2nd W bet 4th and 5th S 
Heath H., policeman, 15th wd, n s 3rd 8 bet 2nd and 3rd W 
Hedge 1- James, farmer 10th wd, w s 7th E bet 4th and 5th S 
Heffren William, physician and surgeon, 9th wd, w s 5th W bet 

4th and :")th S 
Heinan M., hair dresser, E Temple bet 2d and 3d S, res same 
Hellstrom C. A., 11th wd, n s 1st S e of 9th E 
Hemenway Mrs. Alvira, 4th wd, sec Gth S and 1st W 
HEMPSTEAD CHAS. H.,' attorney at law, e s E Temple betlst 

and 2d S, res n s 3d S bet 2d and 3d E 
Henderson Kobert, t amster at J. A. Young s 
Henefer James, blacksmith, 8th wd, s s 5th S bet 2d and 3d E, 

res same 
Hennefer Wm., hair dresser, w s E Temple bet 1st and 2d S, res 

same 
HENKY W. W. (McGrorty & H.), merchant, E Temple bet 2d 

and 3d S, res same 
Hepworth John, butcher, S. L. city market, res 8th wd, s e c E 

Temple and Gth S 
Herbert C. W., laborer, 7th wd, w s 1st W bet 5th and 6th S 
Herman Charles A., clerk, at E. E. Young & S ns, res 3d S bet 

2d and 3d W 
Hewlett T., boot and shoe maker, s w c 2d E and S Temple 
Hewlett Thomas, boot and shoe maker, 13th wd, h 11th wd, e s 

1st S e of 6th E 
Heysteck "Wm., boot and shoe maker, 16th wd, nsN Temple bet 

3d and 4th W 
Hickenlooper W 7 m., Bishop in the Mormon Church, 5th and 6th 

wds, res 6th wd, w s 2d W bet 4th and 5th S 
Hicks James, farmer, 2d wd, n s 8th S bet 5th and ■ th E 
Hicks John T. R., boot and shoe maker, res 16th wd, w s N 

Temple bet 2d and 3d W 
Hicks Sylvanus, farmer, 2d wd, n w c 5th E and 9th S 
Higby J., f rmer, 16th wd, s s 1st N bet 4th and 5th W 
Higgs Thomas, carpenter and joiner, 17t-i wd, nsN Temple bet 

1st W and W Temple 
Highme T., laborer, 20th wd, sec Bluff and Maple 
Higley W. G., watchmaker and jeweler, at I. W.ttters, E Temple 
Higson John, teamster, 9 h wd, n s 6th S bet 5th and i th E 
Hill Archibald, clerk, 14th wdj 

Hill Archibald N., 14th wd, n s 2d S bet 1st W and W Temple 
Hill Geo., farmer, 1st wd, w s 8th S bet 6th and 7th E 
Hill James, laborer, 16th wd, sec 1st N and 5th W 
Hillan Abram, tanner and currier, 10th wd 
Hillier Geo., carpenter, 16th wd 
Hillier Geo. C, carpenter and joiner, e s 4th W bet N and S 

Temple 
Hilliker A. B., telegraph operator, res e s E Temple bet 1st S and 

S Temple 

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SALT LAKE CITY DIRECTORY. 68 

Hills Lewis S., accountant, at Elclredge & Clawson, res 14th wd, 

1st W bet 1st and 2d S 
Hilton A., teamster for general tithing store 

Hilton A, teamster at tithing store, res ".Oth wd, sec Oak and Bluff 
Hilton David, butcher, at general tithing store 
Hinds Wm , laborer, 2d wd, e s 5th e bet 5th and 7th S 
Hinkley I., 12th wd, e s 3d E bet 1st S and S Temple 
Hirst A. A., bds in 17th wd, s e c 2d N and 2d W 
Hitsam David, eating house, 8th wd, w s 1st E bet 4th and 5th S 
Hix Joseph, carpenter, 12th wd, w s 6th W bet 1st and 2d S 
Hoagland Abraham, Bishop of the Mormon Church in the 14th 

wd, res s w c 2d S and 1st W 
Hoagland John G., carpenter and millwright, res 19th wd, w s 

2d W bet 4th and 5th N 
Hoagland L., 14th wd, ess 2nd S bet 1st and 2nd W 
Hobbs L., carpenter, 15th wd, e s 5th W bet 1st Sand S Temple 
Hochstasser Rudolf, boot and shoe manufacturer, 9th wd, n w c 

5th S and 5th E 
Hocking W. H., store keeper and farmer, res 13th wd, w s 2d E 

bet 2d and 3d S 
Hodges W. A., currier, at Phillip Pugsley's, res 19th wd, s e c 2d 

W and 5th N 
Hodgson Henry, weaver, 20th wd, w s Pine n Bluff 
Ho line Peter, mason, 12th wd, w s 5th E bet 2d and 3d S 
Hogaa James, steward at Idaho House, s s 2d S bet 1st E and E 

Temple 
Hoge David, steward at Nevada restaurant, s s 1st S bet 1st E 

and E Temple 
Hogg James, tailor, at C. Clive, s s 2d S bet 1st E and E Temple 
Hohman Erank, laborer, 6th wd, n w c 4th S and 3d W 
Holbeck Mrs., widow, n s 2d S bet 3d and 4th E 
Holden Michael, wheelwright, 9th wd, s w c 6th E and 5th S 
Holfeltz John, tanner, at I. Brockbank, 8th wd 
Holfeltz John, tanner, 9th wd, w s 5th E bet 5th and 6th S 
Holland Frederick, coachman for B. Y., res 14th wd, s s s Tem- 
ple bet E and W Temple 
Holling Marcus, accountant, at Council House 
Holmes John, farmer, 6th wd, s w c 4th W and 4th S 
Holt A., weaver, 8th wd, w s 1st E bet 5th and 6th S 
Holt E., dyer and weaver, 12th wd, n s 3d S bet 5th and 6th E, 

res same 
Holt John, carpenter and builder, 11th wd, n e c 2d S and 7th E 
Holt Robert, 9th wd, s s 5th S bet 4th and 5th E 
Holt Samuel, 20th wd 

Holt Wm., carpenter and builder, 11th wd, n e c 2d S and 7th E 
Homberge John, blacksmith, 14th wd, s s S Temple bet 1st W 

and W Temple 
Homer Russell K., farmer, 7th wd,s s 5th S bet W Temple and lstW 
Hood Mrs. A., widow, 17th wd, nsN Temple bet 1st and 2d W 
Hook Mrs. Alice, widow, 12th wd, s s 2d S bet 5th and 6th E 

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64 SALT LAKE CITY DIRECTORY. 

Hook Louis, saddler, at Bowring & Jones, res 5th Ebet 2d and 8d S 
Hooper "W. H., delegate in Congress, e s 1st Wbet Plum and 2d N 
HOOPER WM. J. (E. B. Tripp & Co.), dealer in and manufac- 
turer of boots and shoes, w s E Temple bet 14th and S 
Temple, res 12th wd, e s 3d E bet 2d and 3d S 
Hopwood Wm., clerk, 14th wd, n s 2d S bet 1st W and W Temple 
Hopwood Wm., clerk, at Oliver Durant, res n w c W Temple and 

2dS 
Horlick John, farmer, 7th wd, s w c W Temple and 2th S 
Hormick F. H., baker and adobe maker, res 7th wd, r of 4th W 
Home Joseph, clerk, at Eldredge & Clawson, res 14th wd, sec 

2d S and 1st W 
Horseley Mrs. S., milliner and drees maker, 14th wd, s w c S and 

W Temple 
Hosmark Charles, at tithing house, 11th wd s s 2d S bet 6th and 

7th E 
Hosmer J. A., U. S. Marshal, 13th wd, e s 1st E bet 1st and 3d S 
Hoster Jacob, baker, 3d wd, s e c 2d E and 7th S 
Horgh Carl, laborer, 14th wd, e s S Temple bet 1st W and S 

Temple 
Hough Mrs. J., widow, 12th wd, nee 5th E and 3d S 
Houghton Frederick, furrier, 12th wd, n s 3d s bet 5th and 6th E 
Houtz Jacob, miller, 8th wd, s e c 1st E and E Temple 
HOUTZ J. S. (Faust & H.,) livery st ible and general stock auc- 
tion, 2d S bet 1st E and Temple 
Hovey Joseph G., stone cutter, n w c 1st W ar d 4th N 
Hovey O. D., physician, 19th wd, n w c 1st W and 5th N 
Hox — 19th wd, n s 3d N bet 2d and 3d W 
Hox — repairer of parasols and umbrellas, 11th wd, n s 2d S 

bet 6th and 7th E 
Howe Amos, contractor, 17th wd, n s 1st N bet 1st W and W Temple 
Howe Samuel M., laborer, 13 h wd, e s 3d E bet 1st and 2d S 
Howel James, farmer, 7th wd, s s 5th S bet W Temple and 1st W 
Howell Wm. John, laborer, s w c 5th S and 5th E 
Howells Thomas, res 15th wd, e s 6th w bet S Temple and 1st S 
HUBBELL H. C. (More & Co ), dealer in stoves, tinware and 

hardware, e s E Temple bet 2d and 3d S 
Hudson Francis, lime burner, res 16th wd, n e c 3d W and 7th S 
Huffaker S. D., farmer, 7th wd, s w c W Temple and 3d S 
Huggin Geo., weaver, 11th wd, s s 1st S bet 8th and 9th E 
Huggin Walter, laborer, 11th wd, s s 1st S bet 8th and 9th E 
Hughes Barney, telegraph operator, res e s E Temple bet 1st S 

Temple 
Hughes F. D., painter, 8th wd, n s 6 h Sbet 1st E and E Temple 
Hughes John, laborer, 15th wd, e s 6th E bet 1st and 2d S 
Hughes Mrs. Mary, widow, 3d wd, sec 7t'a S and 2d E 
Humes Miss, 3d wd, e s 2d E bet 7th and 8th S 
Humes N., cabinet maker, at J. Cherrington, 8th wd, n e c 1st E 

and 5th S 
Humphreys W., proprietor of saw mill, sec 4th W and 1st N 

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SALT LAKE CITY DIRECTORY. 65 

Hunt Isaac, teamster, 11th wd, w s 9th E bet 1st and 2d S 
Hunt Wm. H., carpenter, 1st wd, ns 8th S bet 8th and 9th E 
Hunter Adam, lime burner, 11th wd, nee 1st S and 7th E 
Hunter Edward, presiding bishop of the Mormon Church for 

U. T., h 13th wd e s E Temple betlst S and S Temple 
HUNTER ISAAC, farmer, 16th wd,n s N Temple bet 5th and 6th W 
Hunter Stephen, gardener, 7th wd, n w c E Temple and 4th S 
Huntington C A., drum maker, 16th wd, s w c 2d N and 3d "W 

res same 
Huntington D. B., drum maker, and U. S. Indian Interpreter, 

16th wd, s w c 2nd N and 3rd W, res same 
Hurd Wm., whitewashes 10th wd, e s 8th E bet 4th and 5th S 
Hurst Mrs. Ellen, widow, 4th wd, n s 7th S bet 1st and 2nd W 
Huskinsou W., whip maker, 2nd wd, e s 5th E bet 6th and 

7th S 
Huskinson Wm., whip maker, at James Hague, E Temple, res 

2nd wd, s e c 6th S and 4th E 
HUSSEY WARREN, (H. Dahler & Co.,) banker E Temple bet 

1st and 2nd S, res 3rd S bet 1st E and E Temple 
Hutchins G., farmer and herder, 16th wd, s s 1st N bet 4th and 

5th W 
Hutchinson Wm., 10th wd. dwl n s 1st C bet 8th and 9th E 
Hyde Charles W., 7th wd, e s bet 3rd and 4th S 
Hyde Frank H., clerk at Ellis Bros., E Temple, res 17th wd, n s 

N Temple bet E and W Temple 
Hyde Mrs. Louisa, widow, Elephant Corral House, 8th wd, e s 

2nd E bet 4th and 5th S 
Hyde Orson, 17th wd, n s N Temple bet E and W Temple 
Hyde Wm., policeman, 13th wd, s s 1st S bet ! st E and E Temple 
Hyler M. R., physician and surgeon, 9th wd, s w c 6th E and 

4th S 



INDEPENDENCE HALL, s s 3rd S bet E and W Temple 
Iorgensen E. C, gunsmith at J Toms, E Temple bet 2nd and 

3rd S 
Irlander John, 2nd wd, e s 3rd E bet 6th and 7th S 
Irwin Mrs. A., widow, 9th wd, s s 3rd S bet 4th and 5th W 
Irvin Isaac L., laborer, 9th wd, sec 3rd E and 3rd S 
Irvin Wm., laborer 6th wd, s s 3rd S bet 4th and 5th W 
Ives S. B., 13th wd, e s E Temple bet 2nd and £rd S 
Ivins Anthony, dealer iu groceries and clothing, s s 1st S bet E 

Temple and 1st E 



Jack James, book keeper at B. Y's, res 12th wd, nee 2nd S and 

4th E 
Jack Thomas, laborer 1st wd, sec 7th S and 8th E 
Jackman Levi, saddle tree maker, res 16th wd, nee 5th W and 

1st N 

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66 SALT LAKE CITY DIRECTORY. 

Jackson W. H., livery, feed and sale stable, 1st E bet 3rd and 

4th S, res 1st E bet 2nd and 3rd S 
Jacobs Z., overseer of Wasatch Toll Road, res 14th wd, s s S 

Temple bet E and W Temple 
Jacobson — ■ — , 9th wd, n s 5th S bet 3rd and 4th S 
Jacobson A., 20th wd, w of Locust, near the city wall 
James Isaac, (colored,) farmer, 1st wd, w c 7th E bet 8th and 

9th S 
James Joseph, laborer, 10th wd, nee 4th S and 7th E 
James Sylvester, (c lored,) laborer, 1st wd, n s 8th S bet 8th 

and 9th E 
James Thomas, carpenter, 10th wd, e s 7th E bet 3rd and 3th S 
Janney T. A., salesman at Gilbert & Jones, h L ; nd W n of Union 

Square 
Jaques John, assistant editor Daily Telegraph, s s S Temple 

bet 5th and 6th E 
Jaques Mrs. V., widow, 12th wd, e s 3rd E bet 1st and 2nd S 
Jarvis Henry, 16th wd, n s 5th W bet N and S Temple 
Jeffrey Peter, clerk at Faust & Houtz, res 2nd S bet 1st and 2nd E 
Jemison Henry, (colored,) porter at Salt Lake House 

Jenkins , farmer, h 16th wd, near the Jordan river 

Jenkins J. W., saddle, harness and boot maker 17th wd, s S Tem- 
ple bet 1st and 2nd S, res same 
Jenkins Mrs. Mary, widow, 4th wd, s w c 6th S and E Temple 
Jenkins Thomas, stock trader, and bishop of the Mormon Church 

In the 4th wd, s w c 6th S and E Temple 
JENNINGS Wm, , merchant, banker and leather manufacturer, s w 

c E Temple and 1st S, also tannery, n s 2nd S bet 2nd 

and 3rd W, h 20th wd, also w s E Temple bet 2nd 

and 3rd S 
Jensen E., tinsmith, 9th wd, s s 5th S bet 3rd and 4th S 
Jensen Hans, tailor, 2nd wd, s s 4th E bet 6th and 7th S 
Jensen James, teamster, 11th wd, sec 2nd S and 9th E 
Jensen N., turner and wheel maker, 2nd wd, e s 4th E bet 6th 

and 7th S, res same 
Jensen Peter, 2nd wd, e s 3rd E bet 8th and 9th S 
Jensen S., carpenter, 1st wd, e s 9th E bet 7th and 8th S 
Jensen S., farmer, 10th wd s s 5th S bet 8th and 9th E 
Jeremy David, farmer, nee 2nd N and 5th W 
Jeremy T. E., farmer, 16th wd, n w c 6th W and S Temple 
Jinks Robert, tannery at Wm. Jenkins', h 3rd wd, s w c 1st E 

and 7th S 
Jocelyn S. E., late Capt. A. C. M., res east bank of Jordan river 
Johnson August, 20th wd 
Johnson C. W, saddle and harness maker, n s 2nd S bet 6th 

and 7th E 
JOHNSON C. Wm., harness maker, 1st S bet 1st E E Temple 

h s w c 2nd S and 6th E 
Johnson Mrs. Elizabeth, widow, 12th wd, n s 2nd S bet 3rd 

and 4th E 

Anker will be pleased to see yon at his elegant CLOTHING HOI SE, F St. 



SALT LAKE CITY DIRECTORY. 67 

Johnson Geo., teamster, dwl with D Grenig, s s 1st S bet lsf E 

and E Temple 
Johnson James, farmer, sec 3rd S and 4th E 
Johnson Mrs. L., widow, midwife, 8th wd, s s 5th S bet 2nd and 

3rdE 
Johnson O. W., miner, 13th wd, e s E Tenrple bet 2nd and 3rd 

S, bds at Montana Restaurant 
Johnson Samuel, carpenter and cabinet maker, 2nd S bet 1st E 

and E Temple 
Johnson Theodore, 12th wd, s e c S Temple and 5th E 
Johnson Thomas, laborer, 5th wd, w s 2nd W bet 6th and 

7th S 
Johnsou Wm., laborer, 19th wd, e s 4th W bet 3rd and 4th N 
Johnson Wm. D., dealer in drugs and medicines, school books, 

stationery and toys, s s S Temple bet 3rd and 4th W, res 

the same 

Jones , 5th wd, n s 7th S bet 3rd and 4th W 

Jones Amos, laborer, 1 5th wd, s w c 4th W and 2nd S 
Jones Mrs. Ann, widow, 7th wd, s w c W Temple and 3rd S 
Jones C. F., manufacturer of stoves and tinware, 15th wd, w s 

2nd W bet 2nd and 3rd S 
Jones Charles K., tailor 14th wd, e s 1st W bet 2nd and 3rd S 
JONES D. W., (Bowring & J.,) saddler, s s 2nd SbetE Temple 

and 1st E 
Jones E. W., tinner 10th wd, s s 4th S bet 7th and 8th E 
Jones Geo., adobe maker, 19th wd, Cane 
Jones Henry, painter, 19th wd, e s Citren 
Jones Hopkins, mason, 11th wd, e s 9th Ebst 2nd and 3rdS 
Jones John, laborer, lUth wd, sec 9th E and 5th S 
Jones John F., employed by B. Y., 20th wd, s e cBluffand Maple 
Jones J. H, freighter, n s 1st S bet E Temple and 1st E 
Jones John M., musician 14th wd, n s 3rd S bet 1st and 2nd W 
Jones J hn W., head salesman at Walker Bros. Branch store, 

dwl with W. H. Walker 
Jones Mrs. Mary, widow, 16th wd, s w c 2nd N and 6 h W 
Jones Mrs. M. E., widow, 15th wd, n s 2nd S bet 4th and 

5th W 
Jones R. B., at the Montana Restaurant, E Temple 
Jones Mrs. R. M., widow nee 2nd W and 2nd S 
Jones Mrs. Sarah Ann, 17th wd 
Jones Thomas, plasterer, 16th wd, w s 6th W bet N and S 

Temple 

K 

KahnE, clerk, at Bodenburg & Kahn's, res at the store, E Temple 

bet 1st aiid 2d S 
KAHN, SAMUEL, (Bodenburg & K) wholesale and retail dealer 

in dry goods and groceries, e s E Temple bet 1st and 2d 

S ; res same 



The most elegant Clothing House in Colorado is ANKER'S, Denver. 



68 SALT LAKE CITY DIRECTORY. 

Kailfeilt, — 11th wd, s s 2d S bet 7th and 8th E 
Karmla John 1st wd, sec 8th S and 8th E 
Kast E. M., 20th wd, w s Chesnut near Bluff 
Katz Michael, carpenter, 19th wd, s s 3d Nbet 1st and:'d W. 
Kay Mrs. John, widow, 7th wd, s s 3d W bet E and W Temple 
Kay Mrs. Snsan, widow, 12th wd, sec 4th and S Temple. 
Keate J., carpenter, 8th wd, n s 5th S bet 1st E and E Temple 
Keaton Geo. G., accountant at E. D Cliffs E Temple, res bth wd 

s e c 5th S and 4 th W 
Keddington Wm., butcher, at the tithing office, res 10th wd e s 

8th E bet 4th and 5th S 
Keefe Miss Mary, school-teacher, dwl 17th wd, e s 1st W bet W 

Temple and 1st N 
Keiser H. M., laborer, 8th wd, w s 3d E bet 4th and 5th S 
KEITH M. C, (S. M. & Ex Co.) office s s2d S .bet E Temple 

and 1st E 
Kelley, Edward, Boman Catholic priest. 
Kelley H. C, dealer in fruit and vegetables, E Temple bet 2d 

and 3d S, res same 
Kelly, J. J„ stone mason, 17th wd, e s 1st W bet 4th and 5th S. 
KELLY. JOHN B., book-binder, paper ruler, and blank book 

manufacturer, at church book store n e c S and E temple, 

h 7th wd„ e s 1st E bet. 4th and 5th S. 
Keiser, Frederick, millwright, and civil engineer and bishop in 

the 16th wd, res 16th wd, secN Temple and 3rd W. 
Kelsey, Geo. W., carpenter, res 17th wd. 
KELSON, JOHN H.. confectioner, 1st S bet E Temple and 1st E, 

res 11th wd, 8th E between 2nd and 3rd S. 
Kelson, William, boot and shoemaker, at E. B Tripp and Co. 
Kelson, Wm. J, boot and shoemaker, 11th wd, e s 8th E bet 2nd 

and 3rd S, res same. 
Kendall, Henry, tailor, 11th wd, e of 9th E. 
Kendall J., carpenter, 14th wd, bet 1st and 2nd W 
Kenny, Mrs Catherine, widow, w s 3rd E bet 2nd and 3rd S 
KIDGELL, CHABLES, goldsmith, jeweller and watchmaker, s 

s 2nd S bet 1st E and E Temple, res 9th wd, 6th E bet 5th 

and 6th S. 
Kidgell, Charles, Jr, farrier, 9th wd, e s 5th E bet 5th and 6th S. 
Killough John, blacksmith, bet 1st E and E Temple 
Kimball, David P, freighter 17th wd s s 1st N bet E and W temple 
Kimball, Heber C, 2nd President of the Mormon Church res 18th 

wd, three houses, e s E Temple bet N and S Temple. 
Kimball, H. C, n s 7th S bet 7th and 8th E. 
Kimball, Hiram, clerk at Bodenburg andKahn, res 17th wd. 
Kimball, H. P., freighter, 17th wd, s w c E Temple and 1st N. 
KIMBALL, J. B.. (K. & Lawrence) dealer in dry goods, gro- 
ceries and general merchandise, n w c E Temple and 1st 

S, res 8th wd, n e c E Temple and 4th S. 
Kimball, Mrs. Precendia L., weaver, 16th wd., w s 3d W bet 

1st and 2nd N. 

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SALT LAKE CITY DIRECTORY. 69 

Kimball, Mrs. S. M., widow, 15th wd., school-teacher, n w c 

2nd W and 10th S. 
KING CHARLES, contractor and builder, 8th wd, s s 3rd S bet 

IstE and E Temple 
King Mrs. E., boarding house, 8th wd, s s 3rd S bet 1st E andE 

Temple 
King, James, attorney at law, 12th wd. 
King, Mrs. Sophia, widow, 13th wd., S s 1st S bet. 1st E and E 

Temple. 
King, Thomas, 17th wd., N s 1st N bet. 1st and 2nd W. 
King, T., (Smith & KJ basket maker, E Temple bet 2nd and 3d 

S res. 7th wd., 1st W bet. 4th and 5th S- 
King, Thomas C, (C. Davey & K. jy ) keeper of Emigration 

Square, 17th wd., N s 1st N bet. 1st and 2nd W. 
Kingdon, William, laborer, 19th wd., W s 4th Wbet. 3rd and 

4th N. 
Kingsbury, Joseph C, weigh master at general tithing store. 
Kinnersley, Henry, shoemaker, 7th wd, sec 2nd W and 4th S 

res same. 
Kirby, William, 13th wd rear e s E Temple bet 2nd and 3rd s bds 

at San Francisco restaurant. 
Kirk, Samuel, laborer, 5th wd, w s 3rd W bet 8th and 9th S. 
KIRKWOOD, R. C, (Stubbs and K) dealer in groceries and 

provisions, w s E Temple bet 1st and 2nd S ; res 14th wd, 

w s W Temple bet 1st and 2nd S. 
Kirshaw, Mrs E., widow, 6th wd. e s 4th W bet 3rd and 4th S. 
KISKADEN, Wm., president of the Miners' National Bank, e s 

E Temple bet 1st and 2nd S res 13th wd n s 1st S bet E 

Temple and stE. 
Kittredge, Capt Willard, 3 cl reg C. V., 17th wd n s S Temple 

bet 1st Wand W Temple. 
Knight, James, laborer, 1st wd w s 8th E bet 7th and 8th S. 
Knight, John, school-teacher. 13th wd n s 2nd S bet 1st and 2nd 

E. 
Knight, Joseph, wheelwright, 19 wd e s 3rd W bet 3rd and 4th 

N. 
Knight, Mrs M., widow, 6th wd n s 4th S bet 4th and 5th W. 
Knight, Oswald, farmer, 6th wd n s 4th S bet Jth and 5th W. 
Knight, William, boot and shoe manufacturer, 9th wd n s 5th S 

bet 5th and 6th E. 
Knoble. John, 10th wd w s SthE bet 5th and 6th S. 
Knowlin, B. W., laborer, 12th wd n s 2nd S bet 4th and 5th E. 
Knowlton, Frank, 19th wcl s s 3rd N bet 1st and 2nd W. 
KnoYvlton Mrs. Harriet, widow. 19th wd s s 3rdN bet 1st and 

2nd W. 
Knowlten, Thomas, carpenter, 12th wd w s 4th E bet 1st and 

2nd S. 
Kohler, W., tailor at H. Myers; w s E temple bet 1st S and S Tem- 
ple. 
Kramer, John, teamster; 13th wd s e 1st E bet 1st and 2nd S. 

Anker, the leading Clothier of Colorado, F St., Denver, Col, 



70 SALT LAKE CITY DIRECTORY. 

Kuik, A. boot and shoe-maker ; 16th wd n s N Temple bet .ird and 

4th W. 
Kuly, J. , 19th wd s e c 4th W and 3rd N. 



La Baume, Charles de, landscape and portrait painter, E Temple. 

Ladd, S., laborer, 7th w s W Temple bet 5th and nth. S. 

Lake, "Win., laborer at. P. Pugsle-.'s, res 19th wd w s 2nd W bet 

4th and 5th N. 
Lamb, cooper, 9th wd e s 2th E bet 4th and 5th S. 
Lambert, Charles, stone cutter, and grave stones, 7th wd Is b W 

bet 3d and 4th S. 
Lamoreaux, Mrs. Isabella, widow, 14th wd esW Temple bet 1st 

and 2nd S. 
Lancaster, K., millwright, 8th wd s s 3d S bet 2nd and 3d E. 
Lane, A. T., tailor, 20th wd w s Locust bet Fruit and Garden. 
Lane, James, laborer, 16th wd. 

Laney, George C, farmer, 10th wd n wc 9th E and 6th S.. 
Laney, Isaac, farmer, 10th wd n w c 9th E and 6th S. 
Lang, Benjamin, variety store, 10th wd w sE T mplebet Is S 

and S Temple, res 10th wde s 6th E bet 4 h and 5th S. 
Lang, Nathan, cooper, It E bet 2nd and 3rd S res. 15th wd s w 

c 2nd S and 4th W. 
Lark, Wm., shoe-maker, 1st wd n s 8th S bet 6 h and 7th E. 
Larkin, Elijah, gate kee ( r at B. Y.'s residence and inclosure, 

h 11th wd s s 1st S bet 6th and 7th E. 
Larson, Hans, laborer, 2nd wd n s 8 h s bet 3d and 4th E. 
Larson, J , 10th wd on the bench e of 9th E. 
Larson, J., teamster, 19th wd nee 2nd N and 3d W. 
Lassen, Crcrl, clerk, 12th wd. 
Lassen, Julius, lime burner, 11th wd E of 10th E bet 2nd i*nd 

3dE. 
Latey, John, H., accountant at W. S. Godbe's, res 17th wd, n s S 

Temple bet 2nd and 3d W. 
Latey, William, builder and con ractor, res s s 3d S bet E and 

W Temple. 
Latey, Wm., carpenter, 11th wd, s s 3d S betE and W Temple. 
LATIMER, T., (L. Taylor & Co.) Pioneer steam mill and wood 

working machinery, s e c E and 5th S res 14th wd, bet 

2nd W and W Temple. 
Latham, James, laborer, 6th wd, s w cor 4th W and 3d S. 
Lawrence, G., bootmaker and variety store, 2nd S bet E Temple 

and 1st E res 12th wd, s w c S and 6th E. 
LAWRENCE, H. W., (Kimball & Co.,) dealer in dry goods, gro- 
cer es and general merchandise, n w c E Temple and 1st 

S, res 8'h wd, s w c 3d S and 1st E. 
Lawrence, N. , (N. L. & Co.,) groceries and provisions, e s E Tem- 
ple bet 2nd and 3d S, also agent for Casulty, Equitable, 

and Fireman's Fund Insurance Companies. 
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SALT LAKE CITY DIRECTORY. 71 

Lawrence, Nelson, (N. L. & Co.,) dealer in groceries and provi- 
sions, e s E Temple bet 2nd and 3d S ; res 8th wd, dwl 

with H. H. Lawrence, s w c 3d S and 1st E. 
Lawson, C. T., (L & Bickers), blacksmith and wagon making, n 

e c 3d S and 1st E, bds Golden Eagle Hotel. 
Lawson, C. T., wheelwright, nee 1st E and 3d S bds with W. 

H. Jackson. 
Lawson, J, blacksmith. 16th wd, w s W bet 1st N and N Temple. 
Lawson, John, teamster, 19th wd, e s 2nd W bet 2nd and 3d N. 
Leach, James, farmer, 2nd wd, s w c 7th S and 5th E. 
Leaker, David, farmer, 11th wd, s s i st S bet 6th and 7th E. 
Leaver, Mrs. M. A., widow, 8th wd, e s 1st E bet 3rd and 4th S. 
Le Barron, D., superint ndent of H. C. Kimball's woolen mills at 

City Creek. 
Lee, Alfred, farmer, 19th wd, w s 3d W bet 2nd and 3d N. 
Lee, Exekial, physician and surgeon, 16th wd, s w c 3rd N and 

2nd W. 

Lees, , 13th wd, n s 1st s bet 4th and 5th E. 

Lees, Geo., laborer, res 19th wd, n w c 4th N and 6th W. 

Lees. John, laborer, 19 wd, n w c 4th N and 6th W. 

Lees, John, Jr., laborer, 19th wd, n w c 4th N and 6th W. 

Lees, John, Jr., laborer at general tithing store. 

Lees, Josiah, laborer, 19th wd, dwl n w c 4th N and 6th W. 

Lees, S. S., dealer in groceries and provisions, w s E Temple bet 

2nd and 3d S, res same. 
Leffer, J., teamster at J. A . Young's. 
Lelystron, J., tcilor, near the city wall. 

Lemon, Mrs. C, widow, 19th wd n s 2nd N bet Is and 2nd W. 
Lcnham, T., wood turner, 11th wd, n s 1st S bet 7th and 8th E. 
Lenord, Lyman, 7th wd w s E Temple, bet 3d and 4th S. 
Lenzi, M., Salesman at Walker Bros., res 14th wd, w s 1st W bet 

1st and 2nd S. 
Leonard, B., 16 wd bet 2nd and 3dW. 
LESSER, A.. (S. Lesser & Bro.) dealer in clothing, dry goods 

and groceries, w s E Temple bet Is and 2d S; res same. 
Lesser, Julius, clerk at S Lesser and Bro., w s E Temple bet 1st 

and 2nd S. 
LESSER, S., (S. L. &Bro.,) dealer in clothing, dry goods, and 

groceries, w s E Temple bet Is, and 2nd S; res same. 
Letty, Wm., gardener for B. Y., res 14th wd, s s S Temple bet E 

and W Temple. 
LEV AN, BENJAMIN, (Reich & L), Utah Eagle House, e s E 

Temple bet 2nd and 3d S. 
Levy, Solomon, clerk at Averbach Bros., w s E bet 1st an 1 2nd S 
Lewis, David, farmer, 19th wd. 

Lewis, Henry, teamster, 29th wd e s e s Oak north of Bluff. 
Lewis, James, boot and shoemaker, 15th wd n s 1st S bet 5th and 

6th S. 
Lewis, James P., cirpenter and constable, 20th wd s wc Spruce 

and Garden. 

Anker's One Price Clothing House, FSt, (Sign of the GILT ANCHOR J,Benver, Col. 



72 SALT LAKE CITY DIRECTORY. 

Lewis, John, farmer, 19th wd, 

Lewis, John 13., carpenter, 20th wd, e s Pine bet Fruit and Gar- 
den. 

Lewis, John T., teamster 6th wd, nee 5th S and 2nd W. 
Lewis, William, stone maso i, 16th wd n s s Tenrple between 6th 

and 7th W. 
Lieze, T., cabinet maker, 15th wd s s 2nd S bet 2nd and 3d W. 
Linda ty, John •]., laborer, 10th wd s s S Temple bet 2nd and 3rd 

W. 
Lindsey, John S., carpenter and joiner, and actor at the Salt 

Lake Theatre; res 7th wd. 
Lindsey, Mark, at J Young's, 20th wd sec Fruit and Beach. 
Lisenberg, P. school-t acher, e s 5th W but 2nd and 3rd N. 
Liston, R. , laborer, 14th wd, n s 3d S bet 1st and 2nd W. 
LITTLE, FElliMORZ, proprietor, Salt Lake House, e s E 

Temple bet 1st and 2nd S, also h in 13th wd. 
Little, Geo., te; mister, 12th wd n s 2nd S be. 4th and 5th E. 
Little, J. C, church councilor, 13th wd, nee 2nd E and 1st S. 
Little, Jesse C, Internal Revenue Assessor, res 13th wd, and far. 

mer. 
Littlefied, Lyman, printer and telegraph office, res 7th wd, S s 

4th 8 bet e s and W Temple. 
Livesey, John, teamster, 10th wd w s 8th E bet 3d and -ith S. 
Livingstone, A., 14th wd, n s 3d S bet 1st and 2nd W. 
Livingstone, Charles, policeman, lith wd E s 7th E bet Is and 

2ndS. 
Livingstone, James, 11th wd, e s 9th E bet 1st and 2nd S. 
Livingstone, J., policeman, 20th wd, nee Elm and Fruit. 
Livingstone, James, salesman at J. C. Dtwis, res 11th wd, nee 

2nd S and 9th E. 
Livingstone, M., general merchandise, E Temple. 
Lloyd, Thomas, laborer, 15th wd e s 5th W bet 1st S and S Tem- 
ple. 
Lloyd Wm. J., boot and shoemaker, 20th wd ns S Eemple bet 

4th and 5th W. 
Lloyd, Wm. O., farmer, res 15th wd, n s 6th W bet N Temple and 

IstS. 
LONG, J. V.. attorney at law, office 12th wd n s 3d S bet 4th 

and 4th E. 
Long, P. R., carpenter and joiner, 7th wd s s 3d S bet W and W 

Temple. 
Longstroth, Mrs. A., widow, 14th wd n s 1st S bet E and W 

Temple. 
Loser, Mewis, trader, E Temple bet 1st and 2nd S. 
Lovatt, Wm., boiler maker, 1st wd sec 9th E and 7th S. 
Love, David, adobe maker, 0th wd s s 4th s bet 4th and 4th W. 
Lovendalh, John, carpenter, 11th wd e s 7th E bet 1st and 2nd S 
Lovesy, Edmund, laborer, 10th wd e s 6th E. 
Lovesy, Henry, laborer, 9th w T d e s 4th E bet 4th and 5th S. 
Lovsy, Edmund, laborer, 9th wd, e s 4th E bet 4th and 5th S. 

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SALT LAKE CITY DIRECTORY. 73 

Lowe, John, bootmaker, 2nd S bet E Temple and 1st E, res n w 

c 2nd S and 6th E. 
Loynd, Gihon, laborer, 19th wd n w c 6th W and 2nd N. 
Lucas, Charles, harness maker at Seegmiller & Crow, res 20th wd 
Luce, John M., teamster; 6th wd s w c 4th S and 2nd W. 
Luce, Mrs. Margaret, widow; 10th wdn e c 4th S and 6th E. 
Luce, Stephen, carpenter, 10th wd nee 4th S and 6th E. 
Luce, Wilford W., teamster; 6th wd s w c 2nd W and 4th S. 
Luddington, E., 12th wd, e s 4th E bet 1st S and S Temple. 
Luff, Geo., carpenter, rear of Bluff bet Fir and Oak. 
Luidquist. N. A, cabinet maker, 14th wd s s S Temple, bet 1st W 

and W Temple. 
Lundergreen, S., boot and shoemaker; 2nd wd s s 6th S bet 2nd 

and :'d E. 
Lunderholm, , tailor at J. P. Thompson . res s w c 1st S and 

3d W. 
Lunderholm, John, tailor at J. Taylor's; 1st S res 15th wd s w c 

2nd S and 4th W. 

Lunham, , tailor, 15th wd, s e c 1st S and 4th W. 

Lusty, Charles, mason, 14th wd e s 1st W bet 2nd and 3d S. 
Lusty, Mrs. Mary Ann, widow, 14th wd, e s 1st W bet 2nd and 

3rd S. 
Lutherford John L., blacksmith, res 15th wd n w c 1st S and 

6th W. t 

Lutherford Win. physician and surgeon, res 15th wd n w c Is 

S and 6th W. 
Lutz Albert, teamster, 12th wd nee 3rd E and 2nd S. 
Lutz Charles, boot and shoe maker, 13th wd n s 2nd S det 3rb 

and 4th E, res same. 
Lutz William, teamster, 12th wd e s 5th E bet 1st and 2nd S. 
Lutz W. W., 16th wd w s 4th W bet 1st and 2nd N. 
LYNCH PATRICK, attorney at law, and clerk of 3rd district 

court, also notary public, w s E Temple bet 1st and '2nd S 

res 20th wd sec Pine and Garden. 
Lynch Wm., gunsmith at J. Hague's E Temple, res 3rd wd e s 

2nd E bet 6th and 7th S. 
Lyngberg F., gardner, 11th wd s s 1st S bet 6th and 7th E. 
Lyon Thomas A., tragedian, res 12th wd n s 1st S bet 4th and 

5th E. 
Lyon Albert, laborer, 16th wd, n s 1st N bet 3rd and 4th W. 
Lyon John, Jr., laborer, 20th wd, s w c Spruce and Bluff. 
Lyon John, librarian at the counci house, res 20th wd, n w c 

Oak and Garden. 
Lyon Joseph D., plasterer, 12th wd, w s 5th E bet 2nd and 3rd S. 
Lyon L. P., school teacher, w s 5th E bet 6th and 7th S. 

M 

Mac woy J., painter, 12th wd w s 5th W bet 1st S and S Temple 
Mackie John, 20th wd, nee Pine and Fruit. 
Maddison H , teamster at J. A. Young's. 

For a mil made Garment call at Anker's, F St. . DENVER, Col. 

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74 SALT LAKE CITY DIRECTORY. 

Maddock John, I ailor at J Taylor's res, 9th wd 5th E bet 3rd and 

4th S. 
Madison J. T., shoe maker, n w c 3rd and 9th S. 
Madison Mrs. S. A., 8th wd, w s 3rd E bet 3rd and 4 h S. 
MAESER KARL G., private school-teacher of B. Y's. children, 

res 20th wd, nee Fruit and Maple. 
Mahew Otto, clerk at A. Shipp & Co., w s E Temple bet 1st and 

2nd S. 
Mahnken P., blacksmith, 14th wd, n e c 2 d S and 1st W. 
Maiben John B., general agent for S. L. Telegraph, h 13th wd, n 

s 3rd S bet 1st and : nd E. 
Majo:- Win., miller at B. Y's Empire flour mill. 
Makin "Wm., laborer, 4th wd nr 6th S and W Temple. 
Malin James, farmer, 1st wd, n e c 6th S and 8th E. 
Malin John, farmer, 12th wd, n s 3rd S bet 3rd and 4th E. 
Mallery John H., carpenter, 14th wd, w s E Temple bet 2nd and 

3rd S. 
Malltese S., dealer in groceries and provisions, e s 1st E bet 1st 

E and E Temple. 
Mangun G. H., teamster at J. A. Young's. 
MANNING JOHN, tailor, 2nd S be E Temple and 1st E res S 

Temple nr the city wall. 
Mansell A. J., clerk at W. S. Godbes, res w s W Temple bet 2nd 

and 3 d S. 
Mansfield — 10th wd, on the bench. 
Mantripp James, frui pedler, 11th wd, e s 9th E bet 1st and 

2nd S. 
Marcroft J., herder, 5th wd, n s 8th S bet 2nd and 3rd W. 
Marcroft J., teamster, n s 8th S bet 2nd and 3rd W. 
Marcroft R., teamster, : th wd, n s 8th S bet 2nd and 3rd W. 
Margetts Henry, (H. & P. Marge tts) blacksmith, 11th wd, n s N 

Temple bet W Temple and 1st W. 
Margetts Phillip, (H. & P. Margetts) blacksmith, and actor at 

Salt Lake Theater, res 17th wd, w s 1st W bet N and S 

Temple. 
Margetts R. B., blacksmith ?»nd tanner, 2nd W bet 2nd and 3rd 

N res 19th wd, 2nd N bet 2nd and 3rd W. 
Markley C, 17th wd, n e c N Temple and 2nd W. 
Marsden J., laborer, 5th wd, sec :.'rd w and 8th S. 
Marsden James, porter at Walker Bros., res 5th wd, e s 3rd W 

bet 6th and 7th S. 
MARSHALL THOMAS, (M & Carter), attorney at law, office w 

s E Temple bet 1st a d 2nd S res 2nd E bet S Temple 

and 1st S. 
Martin Anthony, ti i smith, 12th wd n s 1st S bet 4th and 5th E. 
MARTIN EDWARD, photograph gallery, also dealer in fruit, 

confectionery and groceries, w s E Temple bet 1st and 2nd 

S, res same. 
Martin Mrs. Elizabeth, boarding-house, 14th wd, s s S Temple 

bet 1st and 2nd W. 

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SALT LAKE CITY DIRECTORY. 75 

Martin Ezra, saddler at Bowring & Jones, res 13th wd, 3rd S bet 

1st and 2nd E. 
Martin James, carp nter, 14th wd s s S Temple bet 1st and 

2nd W. 
Mason James, H., laborer, sec 4th S and 4th W. 
Mather John O., carpenter and builder, 7th wd, e s 2nd W bet 

3rd and 4th S. 
Mathew John, painter, rear w s E Temple bet 1st and 2nd S. 

res. 18th wd. 
Mathew Joseph, mason, 19th wd, n s 4th W bet 2nd and 3d N. 
Mathew Thomas invalid, 17th wd, n s 1st N. bet 1st W. and W 

Temple. 
Matsen Mrs. H. C, widow, 11th wd, n e c 3d S and 9th E. 
Matsen Mrs. P. 

Matsen Peter, laborer, 2nd wd, s w c 6th S and 6th E. 
Maxwell J. L., gardener, 74th wd, s s S Temple bet 1st W and W 

Temple. 
May Geo., farmer, 9th wd, s w c 4th S \ nd 4th E. 
Maycock T., farmer, 3d wd, w s 3d E bet 6th and 7th. 
McAffee J. M., clerk, at Morse, Walcott & Co. e s E Temple bet 

1st S and S Temple. 
McAllister J. D. T., clerk for B. Y. aud territorial marshal h 8th 

wd bet 3d and 4th S. 
McALLISTER R., boot maker and dealer in vegetables, also de- 
puty marshal, w s 1st E bet 3d and 4th S. 
McAuliffe R. P., trader, bds at Idaho House, 2nd S, 
McCaw S.j tinner, at R. C. Sharkey's h 20th wd n w c Pine and 

S Temple, 
McComie John, boot maker, at Mr. Sloan's, w s E Temple bet 1st 

and 2nd S. 
McComie J. carpenter, 1st wd E s 6th e bet 6th and 7th S. 
McCullough John, laborer, 20th wd n w c Eruit and Maple. 
McCummins Mrs. Agnes, widow, 2nd wd n s 8th S bet 4th and 

5th E. 
McDonald John cabinet maker, 13th wd, n s 1st S bet 2nd and 

3dE. 
McDonald John, grocer and baker w s E Temple bet 2nd and 3d 

S, res. same. 
McEwen H., printer, at Deseret News office also prompter at 

Salt Lake Theatre h 12th wd. 
McGehie James, weaver, 20th wd, Spruce near city wall. 
McG-lauflin S. T., cooper at C. M, Donelson's w s E Temple bet 

1st S and S Temple. 
McGOWAN John, city auction house, auction and commission, 

n s E Temple bet 1st S and S Temple. 
McGRATH JOHN H, dealer in groceries aud provisions, e s E 

Temple bet 2nd a d 3d S, res 3d S bet E and W Temple. 
McGraw Samuel, loth wd, e s 2nd E bet 1st and 2nd S- 
McGregor C. B., clerk at Stubbs & Ivirkwood, res 14th wd, W 

Temple bet 2nd and 3d S. 

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McGregor James B., tinner, at M. B. Callahan's, E Temple re-. 

same. 
McGregar Wm. laborer, 2nd wd sec 4th E and Gth S. 
McGRORTY WM. (McG. & Henry) merchant, e s E Temple bet 

1st and 3d S. 
Mcintosh Daniel, printer, at Telegraph office, dwl n s 1st S bet 

2nd and 3d E. 
Mcintosh Mrs. E., widow, n s 1st S bet 2nd and 3d E. 
McKay J., teamster, 3d wd, s s Gth S bet 2nd and 3d E. 
McKay Robert, weaver, 5th wd, n s 8th S bet 2nd and 3d W. 
McKetn Theodore, councilman and road commissioner 16th 

wd, s w c 1st N and 4th W. 
McKeller A., blacksmith, 3d wd, w s 1st bet 4th and 5th E. 
McKeuzie Adam, shoe maker, 2< ! th wd near Pine i\ of city wall. 
McKinnon A. (Curtis and McK) saddle and saddle tree maker, 

E Temple bet 2nd and 3d S res s e c E Temple and i th S. 
McKinzie David, engraver, and actor at Salt Lake Theatre, res 

Gth wd. 
McKLENGHEIE JOHN (Wardman & Co) dealer m groceries 

and provisions n w c 2nd S and 1st E, res 2nd S bet 1st 

and 2nd E. 
McLachlan Wm. carpenter, res 7th wd, sec 2nd W and 4th S. 
McLane Miss Margaret, h 15th wds s S Temple bet 2nd and 3d W. 
McLaughlin Daniel, attorney at law, E Temple. 
McLaughlin George, 9th wd. 

McLaws John, plasterer, res loth wd n s 1st Sbet 6th and 7th W 
McLellan H. K., painter, s s 4th S bet 1st E and E Temple. 
McLellan Thomas, farmer, also, bishop of the Mormon Church 

in the 7th wd, res 7th wd, nee 4th S and W Temple. 
McLellan Thomas, farmer, 7th wd, n s 4th S bet 1st and 2nd W. 
McLeod Norman, (Rev.) 

McMaster William, 11th wd, n w c 9th E and 1st S. 
McMaster Wm. O., rope maker, 11th wd, w s 9th E bet E Tem- 
ple and 1st S. 
McMinn John A., farmer, 4th wd, w s 1st W bet 7th and 8th S. 
McMurrin Joseph, cooper at C. M. Donelson's, res 8th wd, s w c 

1st E and 5th S. 
McNaghten St. Leger, cabinet maker, 2nd wd, s w c 5th E and 

8th S. 
McNight James, printer, at the Daily Telegraph Office, s w c 5th 

E and 1st S. 
McRae Alexander, bishop of the Mormon Church in the llth 

wd, nee 6th E and 2nd S. 
McRae Daniel, laborer, llth wd, n e c 8th E and 2nd S. 
McRae Joseph, blacksmith, llth wd, e s Gth E bet 1st and 2nd S. 
Mddlemass Edward, shoe maker, 6th wd, s e c 5t:i S and 3rd W. 
Meads Nathan, laborer, llth wd, e s 8th E bet 2nd and 3rd S. 
MEEKS JOHN, dealer in watches, jeweh y and diamonds, e s E 

Temple bet 1st and 2nd S, res 8th wd, n s 5th S bet E 

Temple and 1st E. 

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Meers Geo., clerk at Chislett & Clarke's, res 20th wd, Garden bet 

Ash and Locust. 
Meers Geo., gardener, 20th wd, n s Garden bet Ash and Locust. 
Mellen J., stone mason, res 16th wd, s s 2nd N bet 6th and 7th "W 
Melleu Samuel, mason, 12th wd, e s 4th E bet 2nd and 3rd S. 
Meredith John B., at Salt Lake Market and saltworks at Church 

Island, 1 th wd, s s S Temple bet 6th and 7th "W. 
Merrill A., hatter, 17th wd, e s 1st W bet 1st and 2nd N. 
Merrill Albert, teamster at J. A. Young's. 
Merrill Frank, teamster at J. A. Young's. 
Merrill J., tinner, 13th wd, e s E Temple bet 2nd ai d 3rd S. 
Merrill Samuel, gardener, w s 2nd W bet 3rd and 4th N. 
Meyer M., dealer in dry goods and cl< thing w s E Temple bet 

1st and 2nd S, res same. 
Michaelson J. M., p iinter at Bird's, res 2nd wd, 5th E bet 6th 

and 7th S. 
Midgley Joshua, painte \ n s : nd S bet E and W Temple. 
Miksell H. W., farmer 2d wd, w s 5th E bet 8th and 9th S 
Milan Mrs. E., widow, 17th wd, e s 1st W bet N and S Temple 
Miles W. H. & Son, proprietors of patent brick machine, h 17th 

wd, nee 4th S and 1st W. 
Millard Charles, property man at Salt Lake Theater, h 13th wd, 

s s S Temple. 
Miller — 15th wd, w s ;th W bet 2nd and 3rd S. 
Miller B., bootm ker, 2nd S bet 1st F and E Temple. 
Miller Charles, gardener at B. Y's., Hh wd, s e c6th S and 2d W. 
Miller Ebenezer, 3rd wd, s w c 2nd E and 8th S. 
Miller Eleazer, gardener, 12th v d, n e c 2nd S and 4th E. 
Miller Jacob, hair-dresser at Eordonski & Diehl, res nee 1st W 

and 3rd S. 
Miller John, at Te'egraph, Office, res 12th wd, s w c 5th E and 

2nd S. 
Miller John, cabinet maker at E. F. Bird's, w s E Temple bet 1st 

S and S Temple. ' 
Miller J. A. (M. & Heaton) dealer in lumber, 4th S bet 1st and 

2nd E res same. 
Miller John H., (Bird & M.,) cabinet maker, w s E Temple bet 

1st S and S Temple. 
Miller Kenny, clerk, s s 2nd S bet E Temple and 1st E. 
Miller Mrs., widow, 10th wd, s e c 6th E and 4th S. 
Miller Thomas B. 

Milne David, painter, 13th wd, w s 3rd E b t 2nd and 3rd S. 
Minkler David, farmer, 16th wd, n s S Temple bet 4th and 5th W 
Mitchell Ben., stone-cutter, 16th wd, s w c N Temple and 4th W 
Mitchell B. T., stone-cutter, 1 5th wd, s s 1st S bet 2nd and 3rd W 
Mitchell Frederick, (Godbe & M.), commission merchant, e 

s E Temp e, res loth wd, s s 2nd S bet 2nd and 3rd E. 
Mitchell Hezekiah, dealer in drugs nd groceries, 1st wd, sec 

7th E and 6th S res same. 
Mitchell Joseph, stone-cutter, n s N Temple w of 7th W. 
Mitchell Thomas, cabinet maker, 19 wd nr Currant. 

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Moffatt David, laborer at tithing office 3d wd, w s 2nd E bet 7th 

and 8th S. 
Molayneux John, laborer, 10th wd, n s N bet 6th and 7th W. 
Mold'en — butcher, n s 4th S bet 1st E and E Temple. 
MOLITOK STEPHEN F., (Bolin & M) assayer, wsE Temple 

op ; ) Salt Lake House, res same. 
Moody Alexander, carpenter and builder, 14th wd, s w c S and 

W Temple. 
Moon Henry, bishop of the Mormon Church in the 1st wd, res 

1st wd, n s S bet 7th and 8th E. 
Moon Hugh, 1st wd, n w c 8th E and 7th S. 
Moore Ed., gardener, 7th wd, s s 5th S be 1st and 2nd W. 
Moore Goff, corral, 9th wd, n s 5th S b t 3rd and 4th E. 
Moore Wm, boot and shoe maker at E. B. Tripp & Go's., res 

4th wd. 
MORE JAS., (M & Co.,) dealer in stoves, tinware and hardware 
Morgan Owen, clerk at F. D. Clift's E Temple, res 7th wd, e s 

W Temple bet 5th and 6th S. 
Morgan W., laborer, 19th wd, e s 2nd W bet 3rd and 4th N. 
Morgensen James, boot and shoe maker, 8th wd, e s--nd E bet 

4th and 5th S. 
Moroni Abel, butcher, res 3rd S bet 7th and 8th E. 
Morph Theophilus, clerk at O. M. & Co's. office, res 14th wd, s s 

1st S bet 1st and 2nd W. 
Morris Charles, laborer, 2nd wd, s w c 6th E and 3th S. 
Morris Elias, mason, 15th wd, w s 3rd W bet 2nd and 3rd S. 
Morris Geo., mason, 17th wd, sec 1st W and 2nd N. 
Morris H., (R. V. & H. Morris,) brick yard outside city wall, res 

6th wd, n w c 5th and 4th W. 
Morris L, groc r, S. L. City Market, res 1st S bet W Temple and 

1st W. 
Morris Mrs. Jane, widow, 9th wd, n s 6th S bet 5th and 6th E. 
Morris John, stone-mason, 6th wd, w s 4th W bet 4th ctnd 5th S. 
MORRIS JOSEPH, (Morris Bros.,) dealer in groceries and pro- 
visions, s w c 2nd S and 1st E, res 13th wd, 2nd S bet 2nd 

and 3rd E. 
MORRIS RICHARD, (Morris Bros,) dealer in groceries and 

provisions, s w c 2nd S and 1st E, res 13th wd, 2nd S bet 

2nd and 3rd E. 
Morris R. V., U. S. Assistant Internal Revenue Assessor, res 19th 

wd, e s Citron bet 2nd N and Apricot. 
Morris S., (M & Brene,) upholsterer^ paper-hanger and car- 
riage trimmer, w s E Temple bet 1st S and S Temple. 
Morris Wm. V., painter, E Temple, res 15th wd, s s 1st S bet 4th 

and 5th W. 
Morrison Sol., clerk at Wm. Sloan's w s E Temple bet 1st and 

2nd S, res same. 
Morse E. G., exclusively wholes lie dealers in dry goods, grocer- 
ies and general merchandise, e s E Tem le bet 1st S and 

S Temple, res same. 

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Mortimer A. M., (M. & Haskins,) carpenter and builder, esE 

Temple bet 2nd and 3rd S. 
Moss T., harness maker, res 21st wd. 
Moss Wm. F., clerk at D. Day's, res 5th wd, w s 3rd W bet 7th 

and 8th S. 
MOSS WM. J., saddler, 2nd S bet 1st E and E Temple. 
Moss Wm. T. 

Moulding Wm. H., batcher, res 6th S bet 1st and 2nd E. 
Moulton J., farmer, 3rd wd, w s 1st Eb.t 5th and 6th S. 
Mousley Geo. W., school-teacher and carpenter, 16th wd, 4th W 

bet 1st N and N Temple. 
Mowry Binaldo, teamster, n w c 3rd N and 2nd W. 
Moyle James, mason, 15th wd, w s 5th W bet 1st and 2nd S. 
Muir James, boot and shoe maker, 9th wd, nee 4th E and 5th S 
Muir Thonrns, lime burner, 20th wd, nee Garden and Maple. 
Mumford Edward, carpenter, 14th wd, n s 3rd S bet E and W 

Temple. 
Murdock N., farmer, 7th wd, s s 4th S bet E and W Temple. 
Murrin Benjamin, carpenter, -3rd wd, sec 7th S and 2nd E. 
Musser A. M., accountant at B. Y's., res 12th wd, 2nd E bet S 

Temple and 1st S. 
Musser A. M., travelling agent for the Mormon Church, for Utah 

Territory, res loth wd, w s 2nd E bet 1st S and S Temple. 
Muzzell John, laborer at B. Y's. 

Myer Mrs. A., widow, 11th wd, n s 2nd S bet 9th and 10th E. 
MYERS H., agent for San. Francisco tailor shop, w s E Temple 

bet 1st S and S Temple, res same. 
Myrick Geo. L., freighter, 17th wd, n s N Temple bet 1st W and 

W Temple. 

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NAISBITT, H. W., merchant and commission agent, office at Wm . 
Jennings', s w c 1st S and E Temple, res 20th wd, res s w 
c Fruit and Walnut. 

Nash, John, boot and shoemaker, 5th wd s e c6th S and 3d W. 

Nathan, S. J., salesman at Seigel Bros., res n e cist S and E 
Temple. 

Naylor, Geo., (N. Bros.,) blacksmith, e s 7th E bet and :.nd S ; 
13th wd w s 3rd E bet 1st and 2nd S. 

Neal, Geo. A., farmer, 17th wd s e c 1st N and 1st W. 

Neal, Wm. C, miller, 17th wd, n s 1st N bet 1st W and W Tem- 
ple. 

Nebeker, Ashton, teamster, 4th W bet 3d and 4th N. 

Nebeker, Geo., farmer, res 16th wd n e c 3d N and 4th W. 

Nebeker, John, farmer, 19th wd n e c 2nd N bet 2nd and 3d W. 

Nebeker, Peter, 19th wd, n s 2nd N bet 2nd and 3d W. 

NEEDHAM, JAMES, (Bourne & N .) commission merchant and 
wholesale and retail dealer in dry good and groceries, e s 
E Temple bet 1st and 2nd S; res 7th wdesW Temple bet 
3d and 4th S. 



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Needham, John, clerk at Kimball & Lawrence, res 7th wd e s 1st 

E bet 3d and 4th S. 
Needham, Jonathan, teamster for the Mormon Church, 19th wd 

n s 4th N bet (5th and 7th W. 
Neibaur, Alexander, mutch factory, e s 2nd E bet 2nd and -Id S. 
Neimoyer, Wm., pi isterer, 9th wd sec • th E and 3d S. 
Neish, Robert, quarry-man, 10' li wd w s 8th E bet 4th and 5th S 
Nelley, Mrs Sophia, widow, s w cor 6th S and 7th E. 
Nellis, Wm. W., clerk at Louis Regga 's w s E Temple bet 1st 

and 2nd S ; res same. 
Nelson, Mrs. A. J., widow, 17th wd n e c 1st W and S Temple. 
Nelson, I. P., laborer, 17th wd nee 1st Wand S Temi-le. 
Nelson, James N., fitter at Wm. Slonn's, E Temple bet 1st and 

2nd S. 
Neslen, R. J., keeper of Salt Lake Theater and costumer; res 20th 

wd, n w c Pine and S Temple. 
Neslen, Samuel, carpenter, 20th wd nee Chestnut and S Tem- 
ple. 
Neve, S. P., upholsterer, s s 1st S bet 1st 1st E and E Temple; res 

in the rear. 
Newman, Stephen, tanner atH. E. Bowring's tannery; res 12^h wd 
Newson, Wm. D , painter, 11th wd n w c 9th E and 2nd S. 
Newton, James, laborer, 10th wd s w c 7th E and :;d S. 
Newton, John, tanner, 19th wd e s 2nd W bet 2nd and 3d N. 
Newton, Samuel, physician, office e s 1st E bet 1st and 2ndS; res 

12th wd s s 2nd S bet 3d and 4th W. 
Nickalson, Lewis, chair maker at Wm Capener's; res 19th wd n s 

4th S. 
Nickelson, L., 9th wd n s 5th S bet 3d and 4th E. 
Nichols, Henry W., carpenter and builder; 16th wde s 2nd Wbet 

N and S Temple. 
Nichols, R. F., carpenter; 7th wd w s E Temple, bet 5th and 

6th S. 
Ninde, A., tailor; 2nd S bet 1st E and E Temple; res bet 1st e E 

Temple. 
Nineteenth ward school house, s w c 2nd W and 4th N. 
Ninth ward school house, s w c 5th E. 
Nixon, Mrs. J., widow; 14th wd e s W bet 1st and 2nd S. 
Noall, S., carpenter; 19th wd n s 4th N bet 4th and 5th W. 
Noel. S., carpenter; res n w c 4th N and 4th W. 
Noon, A A., farmer; res 1st wd w s 9th E bet 8th and 9th S. 
Norman, H., farmer; res 13th wd sec .nd W and S Temple. 
Norman, S., cooper, 17th wd sec 2nd W and IstN ; res in the 

rear. 
NOUNNAN, J. P., fN. Orr & Co.,) e s E Tern le bet 1st and 2nd 

S ; res s's 3d S bet E and W Temple. 
Nowell, Mrs Nancy, widow, 12th wd n s 2nd S bet 3d and 

4th E. 
Nowell, Oliver, labourer, 12th wd n s 2nd S bet 3d and 4th E. 
Nowell, William, plasterer, 12th wd n s 2nd S bet 3d and 4th E. 
Nutt, James, plasterer, 6th wd s s 4th S bet 3d and 4th W. 

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Oakey, Thomas, carpenter, 9th wd s s 5th S bet 3d and 4th E. 
Oakley, Ezra, farmer, 7th wd s s 3d S bet lstW and W Temple 
Oat, John, carpenter and builder, 7th wd n e c 7th E and 2nd S. 
OBERFELDER, ISAAC. (O. Bros.) dealer In cigars and tobacco 

e s E Temple bet 1st and 2nd S ; res same. 
Oberf elder, Isaac, (O, Bros.,) dealer in cigars and tobacco e s E 

Temple bet 1st and 2nd S. 
OBERFELDER, TOBIAS, (O. Bros.,) e s E Temple, bet 1st and 
2nd S; res same. 

Odell. , printer at Daily Telegraph office ; res 13th wd sec 

2nd E and S Temple. 
Oglesby, Wm. H., book-binder, Deseret News bnilding; res 12th 
Oliver, Edmond, (T. Deliter & O.,) Franco-American chop house 

s s 1st S bet Is E and E Temple. 
Oliver, Francis, hatter, 19th wd. 

Olsen, Carl S., res 15 th wd s s 1st s bet 6th and 7th "W. 
Olsen, C. W.. blacksmith, 17th wd n s S Temple bet 1st and 2nd 

W. 
Olsen, J., shoemaker, e s E Temple bet 2nd and 3d S. 
Olsen, M., bootmaker, (John Anderson & O.,) 2nd S bet 1st 

E and E Temple. 
Olsen, Shure, carpenter, res 15th wd nee 4th S and 4th W, 
Openshaw, Geo., sawyer, 18th wd, adjoining city wall at city 

creek. 
Openshaw, Geo., wood f-awyer, at B. Y's. 
Ordidge, Wm., laborer, 19th wd 5th W bet 2nd and 3d N. 
Ormsby, J. S., physician and surgeon, office s w c 2nd S and E 

Temple. 
ORNSTEIN, JACOB, (O. & Popper,) 1st E bet S Temple and 

2ndS. 
ORR, J. M., (Nounnan, O. &Co.,) e s E Temple bet 1st and 2nd S 

res 15th wd e s 1st E bet 1st and '2nd S. 
Osborne, L., laborer, 19th wd, s w c 2nd W bet 3d and 4th N. 
Ostler, Mrs Elizabeth, 11th wd, n e c 1st S and 8th E. 
Ostler, John. 

Ostler, O., carpenter, res iOth wd. 
Ostler, Wm., boot and shoe-maker for B. Y., 10th wd, s w c 9th E 

and 2d S. 
Ott, Alexander, school-teacher and professor of languages, also 

private school, res 14th wd es 1st W and W Temple, 
OTTINGER, G. M., (Savage & O.,) artist, w sE Temple bet 1st 

and 2nd S; res 20th wd, n w c Fir and Bluff. 
Oughton, Adam, chair maker, res 16th wd, N Temple bet 6th and 
7th W. 

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Pack John, farmer and proprietor of saw mill, 17th wd, s w c 1st 

N and W Temple 
Page John, fruit peddler, 5th wd, s s 6th S bet 2nd and £rd W 

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82 SALT LAKE CITY DIRECTORY. 

Page John Jr., teamster, 5th wd, s s 6th S bet 2nd and 3rd W 
Paine W. H., (P. & Turner,) San Francisco restaurant, w 

Temple bet 2nd and 3rd S 
Palmer Edwin F., farmer 8th wd, s w c S and 5th W 
Palmer G., cook at Salt Lake House 

Palmer James, mason, 7th wd, e s2nd W bet 5th and 6th S 
Palmer Joseph F., farmer, 8th wd, s w c 5th S and 3rd E 
Palmer M., blacksmith, 8th wd, s w c 5th S and 1st E 
Palmer T. II., lather, res 7th wd, 

Papworth James, butcher, 4th wd, w s E Temple bet 7th and 8th S 
Park Hamilton G., foreman of men enrployed by B. Y., in yards, 

farms, mills, etc 
Park Ha wilton G., overseer and renter of houses for B. Y., res 

13th wd, n s 3rd S bet 1st and 2nd E 
Parker Geo., laborer, 15th wd s w c 1st S and 3rd W 
Parker Joshua, carpenter, res 16th wd, s s N Temple bet 2nd and 

3rd W 
Parker R., carpenter 7th wd, s w c 3rd S and W Temple 
Parker Wm. K., laborer 15th wd, s w c 1st S and 3rd W 

Parmentier , teamster 19th wd, s w c 3rd N and 5th W 

Parrat Geo. F., cabinet maker, 11th wd, s s 2nd S bet 7th and 

8th E 
Parrott D. V., clerk at Gilbert & Sons, res same 
Pariy Edward, mason 15th wd, s w c 5th W and 1st S 
Parry E. W., tender, 15th wd, e s 5th E bet 1st S and 5th W 
Parry John, gardener, 16th wd, n w c 5th W and S Temple 
Parry John Jr., mason 16th wd, w s 5th W bet N and S Temple 
Parsons Elijah, laborer, 9th wd, w s 6th E bet 5th and 6th S 
Parsons H. B., at banking house, E Temple 

Partington Ralph, carpenter, 7th wd, n s 5th S bet 1st and 2nd W 
Partridge Mrs. Amanda, 19th wd, w s 1st W 
Pascoe Francis, lime burner, 17th wd, nsN Temple bet 1st and 

3ndW 
Patrick R., carpenter 20th wd, nr the city wall and Walnut 
Patten Henry, 15th wd, w s 2nd W bet 2nd and 3rd S 
Patten T. C, tinner at Wm. Jennings', res 5th wd, es3rd W bet 

2nd and 3rd S 
Patterson R. qunrry-man, 11th wd, n w c 1st S and 8th E 
Paul Adam, carpenter and builder, 13th wd, e s 2nd E bet : nd 

and • rd S 
Paul Edmund, carpenter 20th wd, s s Fruit bet Maple and Locust 
Paul J. P., carpenter, 10th wd, e s 9th E bet 5th and 6th S 
Paul Wm., carpenter and builder, n s 3rd S bet 2nd and 3rd E, 

res 20th wd 
Payne James, bootmaker, n s 2nd S bet 1st E and E Temple, res 

same 
Peacock Jas., teamster at J, A, Young's 
Pearce Charles, tinner at Edward Stevenson's, res 16th wd, e s 

4th W bet N and S Temple 
Pearce E., manufacturer, 14th wd, w s 1st W bet 1st and 2nd S 

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SALT LAKE CITY DIRECTORY. 83 

Pearce Thomas, dentist 15th wd, s w c 5th W and S Temple 
Peart G-eo. , telegraph operator, dwl 14th wd, nee 3rd S and W 

Temple 
Peart Jac >b, farmer, 14th wd, nee 3rd S and W Temple 
Peck Joseph A., (Peck & Co.,) blacksmith, ls f Wbet 1st N and 

N Temple, res 17th wd, n w c 1st N and N Temple 
Peck L. W., school-teacher, es 1st Wbet 1st N and N Temple 

Peck Martin H., farmer 17th wd, s w e 1st W and 1st N 
Pence W. J., blacksmith, at C. M. White's, res 7th wd, 4th S bet 

1st W and W Temple 
Pendleton A. J., blacksmith, n w c 6th S and 5th E, res 9th wd, 

n s 6th S bet 4th and 5th E 
Pendleton B. F., 9th wd, n s fith S bet 4th and 5th E 
Perkes Henry, cooper, w s E Temple bet 2nd and 3rd S, res 11th 

wd, s w c 7th E and S Temple 
Perkins G-eo., laborer, 19th wd, n s 4th N bet 4th and 5th W 
Perkins G. W., laborer, 16th wd, e s 7th W bet 1st and 2nd N 
Perkins Levi, 19th wd, 4th N bet 4th and 5th W 
Perkin Lewis, mason 19nh wd, n s S 4th N bet 4th and 5th W 
P. rkins William. R., laborer. 19th wd, n s 4th N bet 4th and 

5th W 
Perrin Mrs. Mary, widow , 14th wd, n s 3rd N bet ' st and 2nd W 
PERRIS FREDERICK T., ( Crony n & Co.) dealer in dry 

goods, groceries and hardware, w : E Temple bet Is* and 

2nd S, res 7th wd, w s 1st W bet 3rd and 4th S 
Perry B., shoe-maker, 1st wd, n e c 7 E and ! th S 
Perry W, H., clerk at W. S. Godbe's, res e s E Temple bet 5th 

5th and 6th S 
Peterson Andrew, adobe maker, 6th wd, n s 6th S bet 4th and 

5th W 
Peterson Charles, cabinet maker at Wm. Capener, res 11th wd 
Peterson Charles, chair maker, 11th wd, e s 7th E bet 1st and 

2ndg 
Peterson F., potter 2 id wd, e s 3rd E bet 6th and 7th S res the 

same 
Peterson Geo., 12th wd, n s 2nd S bet 5th and 6th E 
Peterson J., laborer, 14th wd, s s S Temple bet 1st W and W T 

Tern le 
Peterson Mrs. M., widow, s w c Maple and S Temple 
PetersorfS,, farmer, 2nd wd, s w c 7th S and 4th E 
Pettegrew Mrs. C, widow, 10th wd, n s 8th E bet 5th and 6th S 

Pettit , carpenter, 11th wd, s s 2nd S bet 6th and 7th E 

Pettit Brower, (Arnold & P.,) shingle maker, 15th wd, s*ec 1st 

S and 4th W 
Pettit Edwin, teamster, 14th wd, e s 2nd W bet 2nd and 3rd S 
Pettit Ezra, 15th wd, e s 4th Wbet 1st and 2nd S 
Pettit Mrs. Margaret, w s 6th W bet 2nd and 3rd N 
PHELPS H. E., dealer in furs and buckskin, w s E Temple bet 

1st S and S Temple, res 14th wd, ws W Temple bet 1st 

S ard S Temple 

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84 SALT LAKE CITY DIRECTORY. 

Phelps W. W., notary public, and justice of the peace, office n w 

c 1st S and W Temple, res same, and three houses on n 

s 1st S bet 1st and 2nd W 
Philbrick L. D , farmer 10th wd, sec 2nd S and 6th E 
Phillips James, boot maker at Win Sloan's, E Temple 
Phillips .Tames, salesman at Win. Jennings', and nurseryman, res 

10th wd, sec 3rd S and 8th E 
Phillips Wm., accountant at the Miners ' National Bank, res at 

the bank 
Phillips Wm. G., gardener, 20th wd, nee Bluff and Elm 
Phillips W. J., boot maker, 2nd S bet E andW Temple, res 

9th wd, s w c 5th E and 4th S 
Phippen J. W., salesman at Bassett & Roberts, h 16th wd, n s 

S Temple bet 4th and 5th W 
PICKARD Wm. L., proprietor of tannery, 15th wd, rear n s 

3rd S bet 2nd and 3rd W, res same 
Pickering Henry, laborer, 19th wd, n w of Arsenal 
Pickering John, painter e s 1st E bet 2nd and 3rd S 
PICKNELL JOHN H., butcher S. L. City Market, res 14th wd, 

E Temple bet 2nd and 3rd S 
Pierce J. W., larmcr 10th wd, s s 5th S e of Pth E 
Pierce Robert, farmer 19th wd, bet 4th and 5th N 
PiggotG. W., painter at Wm. Capener's, res 8th wd 
Pinnock Wm., at the tithing store, h 10th wd, w s 9th E bet 4th and 

5th S 
Pippin Felix, wagon master at J. A. Young's 
Pitman F., laborer 12th wd, w s 5th E bet 2nd and 3rd S 
Pitt T. D., freighter, 3rd wd, e s E Temple bet 1st S and S Temple 
Pitt Wm., painter, 17th wd, n s N Temple bet 1st W and W Tem- 
ple 
Pitts John, farmer, 6th wd, w s 4th W bet 4th and 5th S 
Pitts Wm., farrier or veterinary surgeon, 6th wd w s 4th W bet 

4th and 5th S. 
Pitts W. H., clerk at W. S, Godbe's, e s E Temple ffet 5th and 

6th S. 
Plant C. M., blacksmith, 19th wd w s city wall. 
Piatt Geo. W., accountant at Ellis Bros, boards with Ellis Bros, 

res n s 1st S bet 1st E and E Temple. 
Piatt Mrs,, res 13th wd w s 3d E bet 1st and 2nd S. 
Platts George, mason, e s Citron. 
Player Charles, stone-cutter, res 19th wd n s 2nd N bet 6th and 

7th W. 
Player Wm. J., blacksmith for B. Y., w s 5th W bet 1st and 2nd 

N. 
Player W. W., stone-cutter, 17th wd e s 1st W bet 1st N and N 

Temple. 
Poll Wm., carpenter, 11th wds s S Temple bet 7th and 8th E. 
Pollard Joseph, carpenter at B. Y's, 
Pollard Joseph, carpenter, res 15th wd w s 6th W bet 1st S and 

S Temple. 

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♦ 

POMEEOY W. G. (J. Bauman & Co.) attorney at law, also deal- 
er in drugs and medicines, e s E Temple bet 1st and 2nd 
S, res same. 
Pope G. H., laborer, 2nd wd, nee 4th E and 8th S. 
Popper Charles, (Ornstein & P) butcher, 1st E bet ] stand 2nd S 
Porcher J., 12th wd s w c 4th E and S Temple. 
Porcher T., teamster, 4th wd w s W Temple bet 7th and 8th S. 
Porter John, proprietor of salt works, e s of Salt Lake, res 

10th wd w s 8th E bet 4th and 5th S. 
POST OFFICE, w s E Temple bet 1st S and S Temple 
Poulterer Mrs. Sarah, widow, 17th wd n s N Temple bet E and 

W Temple. 
Poulton James, shoe maker, 6th wd, res s s 4th S bet 3d and 

4th W. 
Powell L. H., blacksmith, 14th wd, s s 1st S bet 1st W and W 

Temple. 
Powellson J., (Eggtes & Co.) bakery and restaurant, n s 1st S 

bet 1st E and E Temple. 
PRAG CONRAD, (N. S. Ransoff & Co.) dealer in clothing, dry 
goods, and groceries, w s E Temple bet 1st and 2nd S 
res n s 2nd S bet 1st and 2nd E. 
Pratt H., farmer, 14th wd s s S Temple bet E and W Temple. 
Pratt H. O., telegraph operator, res e s E Temple bet 1st S and 

S Temple. 
Pratt Mrs., widow, 14th wd n s 1st S bet E and W Temple. 
Pratt Mrs. Marian R., millinery store, 19th wd n e c 3d N and 

3dW. 
Pratt Mrs. Mary Ann, res 19th wd n e c 3d W and 3d N. 
Pratt N., farmer, 14th wd, s s S Temple bet E and W Temple. 
Pratt Orson, 17tn wd n s N Temple bet 1st and 2nd W. 
Pratt Orson Jr., teacher of music, 14th wd n s 1st S bet E and 

W Temple. 
Pratt Parley P., farmer, 14th wd n s 1st S bet E and W Temple. 
Pratt Win. D., clerk, 19th wdnec 3d N and 3d W. 
Preece John, farmer, 4th wd nee 7th S and W Temple. 
Price Edward, provisions, S L city market, res E of city wall. 

bet 1st S and S Temple. 
Price George, carpenter, 15th wd e s 5th W 1st S and S Temple. 
Price Thomas, laborer, res 19th wd 4th W bei: 4th and 5th N. 
Price Wm. L., printer at Deseret News office, res 3d W bet 5th 

and 6th S. 
Price Wm. S., boot maker, 19th wd bet 1st and 2nd W. 
Priday T., stone mason, 5th wd n s 7th S bet 2nd and 3d W. 
Priday T. S., stone mason, 5th wd n s 7th S bet 2nd and 3d W. 
Priestly John, printer at the Telegraph office, res 6th wd e s 4th 

W bet 5th and 6 h S. 
Proctor John, bishop of the Morman Church in the 10th wd n e 

c 9th E and 4th S. 
Prosper Wm. 
Provis R., farmer, 1st wd e s 6th E bet 6th and 7th S. 

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86 SALT LAKE CITY DIRECTORY. 

Pugmire J., blacksmith, 7th \vd s w c 1st W and 2nd S, res 

same. 
PUGSLEY PHILLIP, grist mill and tannery, w s 2nd W bet 

4th and 5 th N. res 10th wd s s 4th N bet 2nd and 3d W. 
Pyper A. C, proprietor of grist mill, sugar house ward, res 8th 

wd w s 1st E bet 4th and 4th S. 

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Quarm Wm., carpenter, north of city wall. 

Quayle J., farmer, 7th wd w s W Temple bet 3d and 4th S. 

Quayle T., freighter, 7th wd s e c 1st W and 4th S. 

Quia P., teamster, 1st wd sec 6th S and 6th E. 

Quinn Geo. W., wood carver, w s 7th E bet 1st S and S Temple. 

Quist G. L., res E Temple bet 2nd 3d S. 

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Raddon Thomas, boot and shoe maker, 9th wd n s 5th S bet 5th 

and 6th S. 
Raffle Thomas, quarryman, 10th wd w s 8th E bet 1st and 2nd S 
Ragan A. H., at express office E Temple, 13th wd 2nd E bet 1st 

S and S Temple. 
Raleigh Alonzo EL, bishop of the Mormon Church, in the 19th 

wd. 
Ramsay Mrs. Marv, widow, res 15th wd s s 2nd S bet 4th and 

5th W. 
Ramsay Ralph, wood carver and turner, 20th wd nee Fir and 

Fruit. 
Randal Alfred, farmer, 17th wd e s W Temple bet 1st N and N 

Temple. 
Randall A., (Smith & R.), dealers in groceries and provisions, e 

s E Temple bet 2nd and 3d 8. 
Rands Geo., gardener, 4th wd, s s 7th S et ls f and 2nd W. 
Rankin R., weaver, 9th wd, w s ! th E bet --)d and 4th S. 
RANSOHOFF E. (N. S. R. & Co.,) dealer in clothing, dry goods 

and groceries w s E Temp'e bet 1st and 2d S, res 14th 

wd, s s 2d S bet E and W Temple. 
Rasmus Peter, farmer, 11th wd. n s 3d S bet 9th and 10th E. 
Raspnaseon Mrs. Mary, 11th wd, e s 8th E bet 2d and 3d S. 
Rawlings Joseph, boot and shoe maker at E B Tripp & Co., E 

Temple, res Mill Creek wd. 
Ray David," bootmaker, w s E Temple bet 1st S and S Temple. 
Raybold Wm. F., cabinet maker, . 7th wd, s s 2d N nr 1st W. 
Raybould Benjamin G., accountant at Walker Bros., res 7th wd, 

es¥ Temple bet 5th and 6th S. 
Raybould Charles, cabinet maker at TJinwoody's, res 7th wd, n s 

6th s bet E and W Temple. 
Read John, builder, res 12th wtl, n s 3d S bet 4th and 5th E. 
Read Samuel, clerk, 17th wd, e s 1st W bet N and S Temple. 
Reamer Wm., teamster, 14th wd, e s w Temple bet 1st and 2d S 
Redding John, butcher, res E Temple bet 2d and 3d S. 

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Redding Johh, clerk, res 14th wd, n s 3d S bet E and W Temple 
Redfield Mrs. A., widow, 19th wd, n w c 2d N and 3d W. 
Redifer John, blacksmith, 15th wd, w s 6th W bet 1st S and S 

Temple. 
Redifer Wni., physician, n w c 1st S and 6th W. 
Reed Amos, secretary of Utah Territory, office 14th wd, e s W 

Temple bet 1st and 2d S, res same. 
Reed Geo., painter, 20th wd. 

Reed Irwin, mason, 16th wd, s w c 3d N and 4th W 
Reed Walter, harness maker at Seegmiller & Crow's, res 18th wd 
Reese Enoch, merchant, 17ih wd, w s E Temple bet N and S 

Temple. 
Reese John, freighter, res sec 1st N and 2d W. 
Reese Joseph, 15th wd, s s 1st S bet 6th and 7th W. 
Reeves Wm. C, grocer, n e c 3d S and E Temple, les same. 
REGGEL LOUIS, dealer in clothing and dry goods, w s E Tem- 
ple bet 1st and 2d S, res same. 
REICH F., (R. & Levan,) Utah Eagle House e s E Temple bet 

2d and 3d S. 
Reid Geo., plasterer, res 16th wd, w s 6th W bet N and S Tem- 
ple. 
Reid James G., teamster, res 6th W bet N and S Temple. 
Reid John, Baker, 16th wd, n s E Temple bet 4th and 5th W. 
Reid Peter carpenter, 16th wd, n e c 3d W and N Temple. 
Reidiug John, gardener, 13th wd, s w c 2d S snd 2d E. 
Reinig A., at the Montana restaurant, e s E Temple bet 2d and 

3dS. 
REINSIMER PETER, (Sutton & R.,) machinist, n s 2d S bet E 

and W Temple. 
Reynolds B. M., cabinet maker, res 8th wd, s s 5th S bet 1st and 

2dE. 
Reynolds Geo., accountant at B. Y's., res n w c 3d S and 3d E. 
Reynolds John, 5th wd, w s 3d W bet 7th and 8th S. 
Reynolds Joseph C, laborer, 16th wd, e s 5th S bet N- and S 

Temple. 
Rheinbold F. r Jiair-dresser, e s E Temple bet 1st E and E Temple 
Rich Adam, gardener, 9th wd, w s 4th E bet 5th and 6th S. 
Richards E. A., painter, 11th wd, n s 3d S bet 7th and 8th E. 
Richards, H. J., 17th wd, e s 2nd W bet and 2nd N. 
Richards, Henry P, clerk at Kimball & Lawrence, h 14th wd e s 

W Temple bet 2nd and 3d S. 
Richards, Levi, physician, E Temple bet 1st and S Temple. 
Richards, Phineas, carpenter, 14th wd, sec2ndS and W Temple. 
Richards, S. W. alderman, 14th wd, s s 2nd S bet E and W 

Temple. 
Richardson, L., janitor at S. L. Social Billiard Club, res 2nd S 

bet 1st W and W Temple. 
Rickard, Geo., 2nd wd, ss 6th S bet 3d and4thE, 
Rickards, G. B., (Lawson &R.,) blacksmith and wagon maker, n 

e c 3d S and 1st E, res opposite. 

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88 SALT LAKE CITY DIRECTORY. 

Rickets, J., farmer, 9th wd, w s 6th E bet 3d and 5th S. 

Ridd, "Win., carpenter, ws 4th W bet 4th and 5th N. 

Riddle, J., butcher, 11th wd, e s Sth E bet 1st S and S Temple. 

Ridges, J H., carpenter, s s 3d N, bet 3d and 4th W. 

Rigby, Barnttt, farmer, 7th wd, w s W Temple bet 4th and 

5th S 
Rigby Mrs. Jane widow, n w c 3rd S and 2nd E 
Rigby Seth, farmer, 7th wd, w s Temple bet 4th and 5th S 
Rigby Win., farmer, 7th wd, n s 4th 8 bet 1st W and W Temple 
Riggs O. H,, school-teacher, h 14th wd, sec 2nd S and 1st W 
Riley Mrs. C, widow, 16th wd, ne c 6th W and N Temple 
Riley James, 9th wd 
RILEY J. S.,ckrk at Wm. Showell's, res 9th wd, 3rd S bet 5th 

and Oth E 
Ringwood Charles, laborer, 20th wd, n s S Temple bet Elm ; nd 

Maple 
RISER Geo. C, boot maker, 2nd S bet 1st E and E TempL, 

res N Temple bet 2nd and 3rd W 
Riser Henry, match maker, w s E Temple bet 1st and 2nd S, res 

6th wd, w s 3rd W bet 3rd and 4th W 
Risley J. P., farmer, 17th wd, w s E Temple bet 1st N and N 

Temple 
Riter L. E., farmer 9th wd, n e c 4th S and 3rd E 
Riter Wm. W., clerk at Eldredge & Clawson, res 9th wd, nee 

4th S and 3rd E 
Robbins J. R., (R. & Co.,; dealer in lumber, n e s 2nd W bet N 

and S Temple res same 
Robbins Mrs. Mi hala widow, 11th wd, e s 8th E bet 1st L and E 

Temple 
ROBERTS BOLIVAR (Bassett & R.,) dry goods, groceries, and 

general merchandise, w s E Temple bet 1st and 2nd S, res 

13th wd s s 1st S bet 2nd and 3rd E 
Roberts Clark, farmer, res 13th wd, s s 1st S bet 2nd and 

3rd E 
Foberts C, tailor, 15th wd, w s 6th W bet 1st S and S Temple 
Roberts Don Carlos, physician, surgeon, and dealer in drugs and 

medicines, n s 2nd S bet 1st E and E Temple 
Roberts H., student of medic ne with Dr. D. C. Roberts, res 13th 

wd, s s 1st S bet 2nd and 3rd E 
Robert John S., laborer 15th wd, n s IstS bet fth and 6th W 
Roberts Mrs., widow, e s 9th E bet 4th and 5th S 
Roberts Owen, laborer, 15th wd, s s 1st S bet 5th and 6th W 
Roberts Samuel, printer at Deseret News Office, res 18th wd, s s 

S Temple bet 1st E and E Temple 
Roberts Wm., freighter, res 13th wd. s s 1st S bet 2nd and 3rd E 
ROBERTSON R. H., (Stricklard & R.,) attorney at law, e s E 

Temple bet 2nd and 3rd S, res 17th wd, E Temple bet 3d 

and 4th S 
Robinson Jeremiah, shoe maker, 19th wd, e s 2nd W bet 3rd and 

4th N 

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SALT LAKE CITY DIRECTORY. 89 

Robinson J. R., (colored,) hair dresser, res 14th Wd, 1st S be' E 
and W Te.nple 

Robinson Wm. C, carpenter, 20th wd, w s Pine n of Bluff' 

Robinson Wm. H., 12th wd, s e c 2nd S and 5th E 

Robson Mrs. Elizabeth, widow, 19th wd, w s 1st W bet 3rd and 
4th N 

Robson Wm., currier at Wm. Jennings', res 19th wd, nee 2nd N 
and 2nd W 

Rockwell Albert P., warden of Territorial Penitent ary, res 12th 
wd, sec 1st S and 3rd E 

Rodford Geo., clerk at W. S. Godbe's, dwl with W. S. Godbe 

Rogers James, tinsmith, 2nd S bet E and W Temple, res 10th 
wd, s s 3rd S bet 6th and 7th E 

Rogers Wm. laborer 21st wd 

Rolfe B. W., carpenter, h 16th wd, w s 5th W bet N and S Tem- 
ple 

Rolland Benjamin, teamster, 1 5th wd, w s 5th W bet 1 st and 2nd 
S 

Rollins Edwin, carpenter 19th wd, n s of Currant nr the Arsenal 

Romley Miles P., carpenter, 17th wd 

Romney Mrs. C. 14th wd, s s 2nd S bet E and W Temple 

Romney, Geo., carpenter, 20th wd, nee Bluff and Spruce 

Root L. carpenter, 17th wd, sec 3rd N and 2nd W 

Rose Steven B., salesman at Wm. Jennings', 17tn wd, S Temple 
bet 1st W and W Temple 

Rose Wm., carpenter, 7th wd, e s 1st W bet 5th and 6th S 

Rosengreen N., laborer 2nd wd, n s 7th S bet 4th and 5th E 

Rosgart Karl, stable keeper at B. Y's 

Rosgrar C, laborer. 11th wd, e s 7th E bet 1st and 2nd S 

ROSS DAVID J., inspector general of U. T. militia, and 
keeper of gate at B. Y's. S Temple, res 2nd S bet 2nd 
and 3rd E 

ROSS H. M., Nevada Restaurant, s s 1st S bet 1st E andE Tem- 
ple 

Ross James D., commission agent, res 20th wd, sec Elm and 
Fruit 

Ross Wm. D., tailor, 18th wd, n s 1st N 

Rossiter William. A., farmer, 10th wd, e s 8th E bet 5th and 
6th S 

Roundy S., farmer, 16th wd, n w c 1st N and 3rd W 

Rowe Wm. P., grocer and butcher, S. L. City market, res i'nd S 
bet 1st and 2nd W 

Ruban James, bootmaker, w s E Temple bet 1st S and S Tem- 
ple, res 20th wd, s s S Temple bet Fir and Spruce 

Rudd Join a, laborer at B. Y's., res 20th wd, Beach n of Bluff 

Rudy H., farmer 8th wd, n s 5th S bet 2nd and 3rd E 

Runnell John H , plasterer, 13th wd, n s 1st S bet 2nd and 3rd E 

Rupp Wm. W., teamster at J. A. Young's 

Rush Geo. D., cook at California Restaurant, 2nd S bet E and W 
Temple 

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90 SALT LAKE CITY DIRECTORY 

Rushling J, C, accountant at N. S. Ransohoff & Co., res E Tem- 
ple bet 1st and 2nd S 

Rushton Edwin , teamster, 6th wd, s s 5th S bet 2nd and 3rd W 

Rushton F., gardener, 19tb wd, w s 4th W bet 1st and 2nd S 

Russell Mrs. Joseph, widow, 17th wd, n s N Temple bet 1st W 
and W Temple 

RUSSELL JOSEPH E. S., (R. & Bunting,) painter, E Temple 
bet 2nd and 3rd S, h 2nd wd, 3rd E bet 1st and 2nd S 

RUSSELL ROBERT A., (R, Harris & Berry,) hair dresser s s 
1st S bet 1st E 2nd E Temple bet 4th and 5th S 

Russell Samuel, farmer, 15th wd, s s S Temple bit 3rd and 4th W 

Rynders Geo., pastry cook at the S. L. House 

s 

Sadler James, variety store, and dealer in vegetables, w s E 

Temple bet 1st S and S Temple 
Sadler Wm., bootmaker, n s 2nd S bet 1st E and E Temple, res 

N Temple bet 6th and 7th W 
Salisbury B., 14th wd, n s 3 d S bet 1st and 2nd W 
SALISBURY MONROE. (S. M. & E. Co.,) office ns 2nd S bet 

1st E and E Temple, bds at Globe Restaurant 
S lisbury "Wm., carpenter and builder, n s 3rd S bet 2nd and 3rd 

E, res 13th wd, n w c 3rd S and 3rd E 
Sampso i A. S„ teamster, 12th wd, n s 3rd S bet 3rd and 4th E 

Sanberg , 9th wd, s w c 5th S and 4th E 

Sanders James, accountant for L. & S Young, 16th wd, sec 5th 

W T and N Temple 
Sanders James, clerk at L. Young's, vee 16th wd, n s N Temple 

bet 4th and 5th W 
Sanders Thomas, tailor, res 16th wd, n e c 1st N and 5th W 
Sanders Wm., clerk for Joseph A. Young, res 16th wd, n s N 

Temple bet 4th and 5th W 
Sands Robert, at Wm. Jennings', warehouse, and vocalist, res 

10th wd, s w c 3rd S and 7th E _ 
Sanders William, accountant at Council House, 16th wd, sec 

5th W and N Temple 
Sansom Charles, clerk at Chislett & Clark, res 30th wd, Oak, bet 

Bluff and Garden 
Sarll James, tailor, 20th wd 

Saulsbury Wm., carpenter and builder, h n w c 3rd E and 3d W 
SAVAGE C. R. (S. & Ottinger,) photographer, w s s E Temple 

bet 1st S and S Temple, rep 20th wd, sec Spruce and 

Garden 
Savage Levi, farmer, 6th wd, s w c 4th S and 4th W 
Sawyer A. C, salesman at Wilkinson & Fenn's,. res 2nd S bet 2nd 

and 3rd E 
Sayers E., gardener, 12th wd, s w c 4th E and 3nd S 
Schelerlen Mrs. W widow, 20th wd 
Schettler Bernard, accountant at B. Y's, h 20th wd, n w c Pine 

and S Temple 

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SALT LA.KE CITY DIRECTORY. 91 

Schoenfeld Edward, salesman at Wm. Jennings', h loth wd, N 

Temple bet 5th and 6th W 
Schultz J., commission merchant, and dealer in stock, e s E 

Temple bet 5th and 6th W 
Schwartz Wm., carpenter, 14th wd, s s 2nd S bet 1st and 2nd W 
Schwerin E., agenb for North British, and Mercantile Insnrance 

Co., e s E Temple bet 1st and 2nd S 
Scofield J. S., carpen'er, 13th wd, n s 1st S bet 1st and 2nd E 
Scrace E. S., baker at D. Grenig's h 6th E bet 1st and 2nd S 
Sears S. W., clerk at Godbe & Mitchel, res 8th wd, s s 4th S 

bet 2nd and 3rd E 
Second Ward School House, n s 7th S bet 4th and 5th E 
Seddon Mrs. C, widow, 5th wd, n w c 6th S and 2nd W 
Seegmiller Daniel, (S. & Crow J dealer in harness and saddlery, 

w s E Temple bet 1st S and S Tampie, res 20th wd 
Seeley Wm., farmer, 14th wd, e s 1st W bet 1st and 2nd S 
Selby Mrs. S., widow 

Sellers Mrs.widow 9th wd, e s 4th E bet 3rd and 4th S 
Selley Wm. laborer, 11th wd 
Sjmmes C. W. H., carpenter and builder, 7th wd, 2nd W bet 5th 

and 6th S 
Sessions Mrs., res 16th wd, nee 4th W and N Temple 
Seventh Ward School House, n w c 5th S and W Temple 
Sewell James, stable keeper at B.Y's, dwl on B. Y's block 
Sewell S. G., janitor S. L. S. B. Club, res 1st W bet 1st and 2nd S 
Sewell Wm., tinner at Mr. Allen's, re 3 6th wd, w s bet 3rd and 

4th S 
Shafer John, farmer 19th wd, n wc 2nd and 4th W 
SH A.RKE Y R. C, dealer in stoves and tin-ware, w s E Temple 

bet 1st and 2nd S, res 12th wd, n e c 1st S and rdE 
Sharj) Adam, freighter, 20th wd, sec Fir and S Te mple 
Sharp James, herder, 20 th wd, n e c Oak and S Temple 
Sharp John, bishop of the Mormon Church in the 20 th wd, res 

LOth wd, nee Spruce and S Temple 
Sharp John Jr., 20th wd, nee Fruit and Spruce 
Sharp Mrs. Margaret, widow, s s S Tenrple bet Fir and Oak 
Sharp Wm. Henry, dentist, n s S Temple bet 1st E and E Temple 
Sharr G., teamster, 12th wd, n w c 2nd S and 6th E 
Shaw Joseph, la' orer, at B. Y's., h 19th wJ, n w c 4th N and W 
Shaw Osmond, painter, 17th wd, n s N Temple bet 1st and 2nd W 
Shearer Daniel, whip maker, 13th wd, s s 2nd S bet 1st and 2d E 
Sheets Elijah F., farmer, and bishop of the Mormon Church in the 

8th wd, res 8th wd, e s 2nd E bet 3rd and 4th S 
Sheets S. H., laborer, 12th wd, n s 2nd S 
Shelmerdine J., hat factory, 8th wd, s s 3rd S bet 2nd and 3rd E 

res same 
Shelton Robert, boot-maker, and dealer in vegetables, e s E Tem- 
ple bet 2nd and 3rd S, res 15th wd, e s 4th W bet 2nd and 

3rd S 
Shepherd John C, engineer, rear 1st S, nr slaughter house 

The most elegant Clothing House in Colorado is ANKER'S, Denver- 



92 SALT LAKE CITY DIRECTORY. 

Sherburn Joseph, boot and shoe maker at E, B. Tripp, res 14th 

wd, w s E Temple bet 1st S and S Temple 
Shingleton Stephen, laborer, 12th wd 
SHIPP A., (A. Shipp & Co,,) dealer in boots, shoes, hats, dry 

goods and groceries, w sE Temple bet 1st and 2nd S, res 
13th wd,n s 1st S bet bet 1st and 2nd 
SHIPP M. B.. (A Shipp & Co.,) dealer in boots, shoes, hats, dry 

goods and groceries, w s E Temple bet 1st and 2nd S, 

res 11th wd, w s 7th E bet 1st S and S Temple 
Shires Wni., clerk at Deseret News Office, res 8th wd, 4th S bet 

1st E and E Temple 
Shlesseleman John, 9th wd, s s 5th Sbet 2rd and 4th E 
SHOAFE P. L. editor and publisher of Union Vedette, n s 2nd 

S bet E and "W Temple 
Shoebridge E. B., dealer in staple and fancy dry goods, w s E 

Temple bet 1st and 2nd S, res same 
Sholes W. L., clerk at Morse, Walcott & Co..e sE Temple bet 1st 

S and S Temple 
Shore Thomas, blacksmith, 16th wd, n s 1st N bet 5th and 6th W 
Short Wm., butcher, 17th wd, esW Temple bet 4th and 5th S 
Shorten John, tanner, 19th wd, w s 1st W 
Showell Thomas, livery stable, 1st S bet 1st E and E Temple, res 

11th wd, nee 3rd S and 6th E 
Showell Wm., groceries and provisions, E Temple bet 'Jnd and 

3rd S, res 8th wd, 2nd E bet 4th and 5th S 
SIEGEL J., (S Bros.,) wholesale and retail dealer in clothing, 

n ec 1st S and E Temple, and one door north of Salt Lake 

House, res same 
SIEGEL S., (S Bros., J wholesale and retail deaLr in clothing, n 

e c 1st S and E Temple, and one door north of Salt Lake 

House, res same 
Silver J. W., engineer and millwright, res 19th wd 

Simmons , 5th wd, s s 7th S bet 2nd and 3rd W 

Simmons J. M., deputy Internal Kevenue Assessor, and actor at 

Salt Lake Theater, res 13th wd, n s 1st S bet 1st and 

2ndE 

Simpson , adobe maker, 5th wd, s s 7th S bet 3rd and 4th W 

* Simpson Mrs. Ann, widow 13th wd, w s 3rd E bet 2nd aud 3d S 
Simpson Francis, laborer, 3rd wd, sec 7th S and 2nd E 
Simpson Thomas, 15th wd, nee 2nd S and 4th W 
Sinclair Peter, carpenter, 3rd wd, sec 7th S and 1st E 
Sirrine S. D., dealer in groceries and provisions, 1st S bet 1st E 

and E Temple, res 14th wd, e s W Temple bet 2nd and 

3rdS 
Sixteenth Ward School House, nee 1st N and 4th W 
Sixth Ward School House, w s 3rd W bet 4th and 5th S 
Skeriy John, cooper 1st wd, n w c 7th S and 9th E 
Slade G. W., boot maker, n s 2nd S bet 1st E and E Temple, res 

4th E bet 2nd and 3rd S 
Slade H. J. W., mason 7th wd, n s 5.h S bet 1st and 2nd W 

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SALT LAKE CITY DIRECTORY. 93 

Slater Frederick, boot and shoe maker, 19th wd, n s Currant and 
Beet 

Slater Thomas, freighter, 13th wd, n s 3rd S bet 1st E and E Tem- 
ple 

Slaughter S., tanner at Phillip Pugsley's, res 19th wd, sec 5th N 
and 2nd W 

Sloan Edward B., assistant editor of the'Deseret News, office n e 
c E and S Temple, res 20th wd 

SLOAN Wrn., Pioneer boot and shoe company, w s E Temple bet 
1st and 2nd S, res s w c 1st S and W Temple 

Slosson John, attorney at law, res outside city wall 

Sluce Mrs. Sarah, widow, 14th wd; s s S Temple bet 1st W and 
W Temple 

SMITH Mrs A., millinery store, E Temple bet 2nd and 
3rdS 

Smith Albert, carpenter, Tth wd, e s 1st W bet 3rd and 4th S 

Smith Mrs. Amanda, widow 

Smith Charles, watch maker at John Meeks', e s E Temple bet 
1st and 2nd S 

Smith C, A - , teamster, at J. A. Young's, 

Smith Elias, county ;nd probate judge, 17th wd, n s N Temple 
bet 1st W and W Temple 

SMITH F. C, (Capt. Smith & Bounds.) auctioneer, and propri- 
etor of Golden Eagle Hotel, e * 1st E bet 2nd and 3rd S 

Smith Frederick, trader, 12th wd, n w c 3rd S and 5th E 

SMITH Mrs. F. C. Golden Eagle Hotel, e s IstE bet 2nd and 
3rdS 

Smith F. E., teamster at J. A, Young's 

Smith Geo. A., territorial historian, office s s S Temple bet 1st E 
and E Temple, res same 

Smith Geo. H., mason, 1st wd, w s 8th E bet Tth and 8th S 

Smith Henry, carpenter and builder, 1st wd, w s 8th E bet 7th 
and 8th S 

Smith Hiram J., teamster, 9th wd, s s 4th S bet 4th and 5th E 

Smith James, 10th wd, e s 9th E bet 3rd and 4th S 

Smith James, mason, 19th wd, s w c 3d N and 6th W. 

Smith James, mason, 19th wd , s s 3d N bet 6th and 7th W. 

SMITH JOB, (S & King,) basket maker and dealer in vegeta- 
ble-, w s E Temple bet 2d and 3d S, res 14th wd. 

SMITH MRS. JOB, straw and fancy milliner, 14th wd, w s E 
Temple bet 2d and 3d S, res same. 

Smith John, clerk at tithing office, res 14th wd. 

Smith John, policeman, 3d wd, s e c 2d E and 7th S. 

Smith John, porter at Ellis Bro's., E Temple, res 14th wd, s s 
1st S bet 1st W and W Temple. 

Smith John E., U. S. Internal Revenue assessor for Utah Terri- 
tory, office at the Court House, res e s 1st W bet Plnm 
and 2d N. 

Smith J. Hewson, surveyor, 20th wd, nee Garden and 
Locust 

inker, the leading Clothier of Colorado, F St.. Denver, Col, 

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94 SALT LAKE CITY DIRECTORY. 

Smith J. N., teamster at J. A. Young's. 

Smith J. P., (S. & Randall,) groceries and provisions, e s E Tem- 
ple bet 2d and 3d S. 

Smith John Pearson, mechanic, 7th wd, e s 1st W bet 3d and 
4th S. 

Smith Joseph, carpenter, 8th wd. s w c 3d S and 3d E. 

Smith Joseph F., at the historian's office, res 16th wd, s s 1st N 
bet 2d and 3d W. 

Smith Lewis, tinsmith, 3d wd, e s 2d E bet 6th and 7th S. 

Smith L. J., clerk at M. B. Callahan's, bds at Pahranagat res- 
taurant, E Temple bet 1st and 2d S. 

Smith Mrs., widow, 12th wd, s s 1st S bet 5th and 6th E. 

Smith Robert, farmer, 19th wd, s s 5th N bet 2d and 3d W. 

Smith S. H. B., 17th wd, w s 1st W bet N and S Temple. 

Smith Theodore A., printer at the Deseret News office, res 6th 
wd, bet 3d nnd 4th W. 

Smith Wm, clerk at E. B. Tripp's 3d wd e s 3d E bet 6th and 
7th S. 

Smith Wm., hair-dresser, bds at S. L. House. 

Smith Wm., employed at D. H. Wells', res 13th wd e s E Temple 
bet 2d and 3d S. 

Smith Wm. John, carpenter, 8th wd, s w c 3d S and 3d E. 

Smith William J., chair maker, e s 6th E bet 1st S and S Tem- 
ple. 

Smoot A. O., ex-mayor of Salt Lake City, res 20th wd, n w c 
Spruce and S Temple. 

Snarr James T., at Daniel Wells 6th wd, n s 6th S bet 2d and 
3dW. 

Snedeker Morris J., farmer, 9th wd, n s 4th S bet 4th and 5th E 

Sneeden Robert, quarryman, 20th wd, n w c Eruit and Locust. 

SNELGROVE E., boot maker, 2d S bet 1st E and E Temple, 
res 2d S bet 3d and 4th E\ 

Snell E. H., accountant at Eldredge & Clawson, res 12th wd, s e 
c 3d E and S Temple. 

Snow Geo. B., teamster, 13th wd, n s 8th S bet 2d and 3d E* 

Snow Mrs. Malvina, widow, 13th wd, n w c 2d S and 2d E. 

Snow Willard, farmer, 13th wd, n w c 2d S and 2d E. 

SNOW ZERUBBABEL, attorney at law, office 13th wd, n w c 
1st E and 2d S res same. 

Snow Mrs. Z. S., e s 6th E bet 2d and 3d S. 

Snowball John, laborer, 20th wd, nee Garden and Maple. 

Snowball Ralph, laborer, 20th wd, sec Bluff and Locust. 

Snyder Mrs, Ann, widow, 14th wd, w s 3d S bet 1st and 2d W 

Snyder Benjamin, henery, res 12th wd, s s 2d S bet 1st and 2d g 

Snyder Charles, 1 borer, 1st wd, s w c Sth E and 9th S. 

Snyder E. S., farmer, 6th wd, 2d W bet 4th and . th S. 

Snyder Henry, cooper, 12th wd, bds w s 5th E bet 2d and 3d S 

Snyder John, mason, 17th wd, e s 1st W bet 1st N and N Tem- 
ple. 

Snyder Mrs. Susan, widow 14th wd, n s 3d S be 1st and 2d W. 

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SALT LAKE CITY DIRECTORY. 95 

Solomon A., boot and shoe maker, wsE Temple bet 1st S and S 

Temple, res 19th wd n w c 3d N and 4th W. 
SOLOMON JAMES, boot maker, 1st S bet 1st E and E Temple, 

res 19th wd, 3d N bet 4th and 5th W. 
Solomon Wm. H., shoe maker, res 15th wd, 7th S bet 3d and 

4th W. 
Sorransen C, employed at B. Y's., 2d wd, e s 4th E bet 8th and 

9th S. 
Sorransen Mrs. E., widow, n s 6th S bet 8th and 9th E. 
Sorransen Peter, laborer, 2d wd, s w c 8th S and 4th E. 
Sorransen Y., farmer, 10th wd nr the bench. 
South C, cooper 17th wd, s s 2d N nr 1st W. 
Speirs Adam, blacksmith, 10th wd, n s 5th S bet 7th and 8th E. 
Speirs Geo., teamster, 10th wd, nee 5th S and 7th E. 
Speirs H., blacksmith, 10th wd, n s 6th S bet 7th and 8th E. 
Speirs Orson, teamster, 10th wd, nee 6th S and 7th E. 
Speirs Thomas, blacksmith, 10th wd, n w c 6th S and 8th E. 
Spencer C. V., trader, res 1st E bet 2d and 3d S. 
Spencer Daniel, 16th wd, s w c 3d W and N Temple. 
Spencer Howard O., laborer, 8th wd e s 1st E bet 5th and 6th S. 
Spencer Mrs. Martha, widow, 13th wd, n s 3d S bet 1st E and E 

Temple. 
Sperry Harrison, 4th wd, s s 6th S bet 1st and 2d W. 
Spireing Wm., laborer, 14th wd,^s s S Temple bet 1st W and W 

Temple. 
Sprague A. C, (S. & Brewer) feed stable, s s 4th E bet 1st E and 

E Temple. 
Sprague S. L., physician, 13th wd, e s E Temple, bet 1st S and 

S Temple. 
Sproal Andrew, 20th wd, n w c Ash and S Temple. 
Sproat C. tailor, w s E Temple bet 1st S and S Temple, res 17th 

wd, sec Melon and 2d N. 
Sproul F., weaver, 1 1th wd, s s 2d S bet 8th and 9th E. 
Sprout Augustus, laborer, 14th wd, s s S Temple, bet 1st W and 

W Temple 
Squers John, hair dresser, n s S Temple bet 2d E and E Temple 

res 20th wd, sec Fir and Garden. 
Squire "Wm., blacksmith, 19th wd, 4th W bet 4th and 5th N. 
Squires Henry, 12th wd, s s S Temple bet 5th and 6th E. 
Squires Henry A., llth wd n s 3d S bet 8th and 9th E. 
Squires Wm., blacksmith, res 19th wd. 
Stainer W. C, librarian of State or Council house. 
Staines Mrs. L., 2 >th wd, n w c Elm and Garden. 
Staines W. C, gardener, 15th wd, n w c 3d s and 3d W 
Staines Wm. C, superintendent B. Y's. gardens, res 17th wd, n s 

S Temple bet 1st W and W Temple. 
Standing James, mason, 12th wd, s w c 1st S and 4th E. 
Standish Henry, blacksmith, 14th wd, n s 2d S bet E and W 

Temple. 
Stanley E. B., clerk, 7th wd, s e c 3d S and 2d W. 

Anker's One Price Clothing Rouse, FSt., (Sign of the GILT ANCHOR ) Denver, Col- 



§6 SALT LAKE CITY DIRECTORY. 

Stansfiold Wm., freighter, 11th wd n e c 1st S and 6th E. 
Staples Henry, 1 iborer, 15th wd s s 1st S bet 2d and 3d W. 
Staples James, mason, 15th wd s s 1st S bet 2d and 3d W 
Starkey Wm., boot and shoe maker at Wm. Sloan, s, 2d wd s s 

6th S bet 3d and 4th E. 
Starr Mrs. Anna, widow, 8th wd s w c 3d E and 4th S. 
Stayher Capt. Thomas C, res 14th wd s e c 2d S and 2d W. 
Stayner Thomas J., accountant nt Walker Bro's. res 7th wd n a 

5th S bet 1st E and W Temple. 
Steel Alexander, weaver, 1st wd n s 8th S bet 8th and 9th E. 
Steele Edward, carpenter, 7th wd n s 5th S bet 1st and 2d W. 
STEIN NAT., postmaster, and agent for Wells, Fargo & Co., n w 

c E Temple and 2d S. 
Stelfox Mrs. Fanny, widow, 11th wd nee 1st S and 9th E. 
S elfox Thomas, laborer, 11th wd nee 1st S and 9th E. 
Stenhouse T. B. H., editor and proprietor of the Daily Telegraph, 

office s s 1st S bet E and W Temple, res 17th wd n w c S 

and W Temple, also w s 1st E bet 1st S and S Temple. 
Stevens Jacob, machinist, 9th wd s w c 3rd S and 5th E. 
STEVENS JAMES W., carpenter, res 1st E bet 1st and 2nd S. 
Stevens T. S., laborer, 7th wd n s 5th S bet 1st and 2nd W. 
Stevens Wm. H., cabinet maker, res 9th wd s w c 3rd S and 5th 

E. 
STEVENS )N EDWARD, stoves and tinware, w s W T.mpie bet 

1st S and 1st W. 
Stevenson Wm., teamster, 19th wd nee 2nd N and 3rd W. 
Stewart J., teamster, 12th wd e s 4th E bet 2nd and 3rd S. 
Still James, boot maker, res 4th wd sec 3rd S and W Temple. 
Stockdale Wm., stone-cutter, 7th wd s w c 5th S and E Temple. 
Stoffers C. F., cabinet maker, E Temple bet 2nd and 3rd S, res 

same. 
Stokes C, freighter, 19th wd w s 2nd W bet 6th and 7th S. 
Stokes Geo., laborer for B. Y., res 5th wd w s 2nd W bet 6th and 

7th S. 
Stonehou^e Wm S., carpenter, 7th wd s w c 1st W and 3rd S. 
Stout H., attorney at law, 13th wd e s 2nd E bet 1st S and S 

Temple. 
Strickland A. B., school-teacher, 16th wd, N Temple bet 3rd and 

5th W 
STKICKLAND 0. F., (S. & Kobertson,) attorney at law, e s E 

Temple bet 2nd and 3rd S, res same 
STRINGFELLOW GEO., (S.Bros.,) groceries and provisions, 

2nd S bet l^t E and E Temple, res same 
STRINGFELLOW SAMUEL, (S. Bros.,) groceries and provisious, 

2nd S bet 1st E and E Temple, res same 
Stringham Briant, city pound keeper, pound is located s e c N 

and E Temple; res loth wd, ss S Temple bet 2nd and 3rd 

E, also 2nd W be+ 1st and S Temple 
Strong Hyrum, farmer 10i.h wd, nee 4th S and 8th E 
Strong Jacob, farmer 10th wd, nee 4th S and 8th E 

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Strong T., farmer 10th wd, n s 4th S bet 8th and 9th E 
Strong Wm, farmer, 10th wd n s 3th S bet 8th and 9th E 
Stuart B., laborer, 7th wd. nee 5th S and 1st W 
Stuart D., boot maker, e s E Temple bet 1st S and S Temple, 

res in the rear 
Sudbury S. J ., millwright at B. Y's. Empire flour mill 
Sullivan D., laborer 8th wd, w s 2nd E bet 5th and 6th S 
Summers H., farmer 3rd wd, n w c 8th S and 2nd E 
Sumners J; B., second hand store 
Sunb.ck , carpenter, 14th wd, s s S Temple bet 1st W and 

W Temple 
SUTTEKLY J. K., (S. Bros.,) photographer, e s E Temple bet 1st 

and 2nd S, res 8th wd e s E Temp e bet 3rd and 4th S. 
Sutton J. A., blacksmith, 16th wd 1st N bet 4th and 5th. W. 
Swarmer C, laborer, e s 10th E bet 3rd and 4th S. 
S warmer John, 10th wd n e c 6th S and 9th E. 
Swartz Jacob, boot maker and foreman at Wm. Sloan's, sec 2nd 

S and W Temple. 
Swensoi A., cabinet maker at J. Bird's, res W Temple bet^nd 

and 3rd S. 
Swenson J., boot maker, 2nd S bet E and W Temple, res 7th wd 

E Temple bet 2nd and 3rd S. 
Swenson John, boot maker, 17th wd n s S Temple bet 1st and 

2nd VV. 
Symes Geo., laborer, 11th wd h n e c 8th E and 2nd S. 
Symons C, laborer, 11th wd nee 8th E and 2nd S. 

T 

Tabernacle, entrance on n s S Temple, bet E and W Tem- 
ple 
Taft Mrs. Harriet, widow, 9th wd, s s 3rd S bet 4th and 5th E 
Tait Wm. H., surveyor, office nee 2nd S and E,Temple, res 7th 

wd, w s E Temple bet 4th and 5th S 
Talbot Thomas, teamster, 9th wd, e s 3rd E bet 3rd and 4th S 
Tall Geo., blacksmith, e s 1st W bet 1st and 2nd S, res 16th wd, 

s w 6th W and N Temple 
Tame Alfred, harness maker, 20th wd, w s Chestnut nr the city 

wall 
Tame Thomas, saddler at I. Brockbank's 
Tanner N., farmer, 14th wd, n w c 1st W and 3rd S 
Tatton J. C„ hatter, 14th wd s s 2nd S bet 1st and 2nd W 
TAVEY PETER s s 2nd S bet 1st E and E Temple, res same 
TAYLOR CHARLES B., butcher, S. L. City Market, res 14th wd 
Taylor David, farmer, res 16th wd, n w c 2nd W and N Tem- 
ple 
Taylor Edward, laborer, 10th wd, e s 7th E bet 3rd and 4th'S 
Taylor Geo. E., dry goods and general merchandise, also photo- 
graphic stock, s s S Temple 1st W and W Temple, res 14th 
wd, nee 1st S and 1st W 

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98 SALT LAKE CITY DIRECTORY. 

TAYLOR G.H, (Latimer T. & Co.,) Pioneer steam mill and 

wood working machine, s e c 5th S and 2nd E 
Taylor Horace, freighter, 12th wd, n s 2nd S bet 4th and 5th E 
Taylor Isaiah, shoe maker, 16th Wd, w s 4th W bet N and S Tem- 
ple 
Taylor Jabez, carpenter, 11th wd, sec 2nd S aud 7th E 
Taylor James, 14th wd, s s S Temple bet 1st W and W Temple 
Taylor John, one of the Mormon 1 2, and proprietor of two grist 

mills, res 14th wd, in four or five houses, e s 2nd W bet 

1st and 2nd S 
Taylor John, (J. T. & Co.,) 1st S bel 1st E and E Temple 
Taylor Joseph, tailor, res lOfchwd, 6th S bet 7th and 8th E 
Taylor Joseph, tailor, 10th wd, e s 6th E b t 4th and 5th S 
Taylor Joseph, weaver, 19th wd, nr Peach st. and city wall 
Taylor Joseph E., city sexton and undertaker, res 13th wd, n s 

1st S bet 2nd and 3rd E 
Taylor Joshua, Pahranag at restaurant, e s E Temple bet 1st and 

2nd S 
Taylor J. M., proprietor of toll bridge, 12th wd, n w c 3rd S and 

4th E 
Taylor Mrs. Martha, widow, llth'wd, n s 3rd S bet 8th and 9th E 
Taylor Stephen, 12th wd, n s 2nd S bet 4th and 5th E 
TAYLOR THOMAS, (T. & W. Taylor,) dry goods, groceries and 

general merchandise n s E Temple bet 1st and 2nd S, res 

14th wd, e s 2nd W bet 1st and 2nd S 
Taylor Thomas E., teamster, 17th wd, n s S Temple bet 1st W 

and W Temple 

Taysum , 16th wd, n i - S Temple bet 1st and 2nd W 

Taysum Andrew J., plasterer, res 2nd wd, nee Oak and Garden 
TAYSUM A. J., plasterer, and modeler s s 2nd S bet E aud W 

Temple, res 20th wd, n w c Elm and Gard n 
Taysum N thaniel, adobe layer, 17th wd, n s S Temple bet 1st 

and 2nd W 
Teasdale Geo., accoun ant at generil tibhing store, res 20th wd, 

n s S Temple bet Elm and Maple 
TEASDEL S. P., merchant, dealer in 'dry goods and groceries, 

office at Wm. Jennings', s w c 1st S and E Temple, res 1st 

S bet 1st E and E Temple 
Tempest Mrs. B. C, 2 th wd, sec Bluff and Locust 
TEMPLE BLOCK, including the Tabernacle, Endowm nt House, 

unfinished Temp e &c.,bet E W N and S Temple 
Tenth Ward School House, s w c 4th S and 8th E* 
Terry Henry. 10. h wd, w s 8t E bet 5th and 6th S 
Tesdle Martin, miner 16th wd, n w c 7th W and S Temple 
Tester Charles, laborer, 19th wd nr the Arsenal 
Thackery Geo., farmer, 5th wd, w s 3rd W bet 8th and 9th S 
Thane John, miller, 1st wd, sec 7th S and 7th E 
Thatcher Geo. W. 
Therkill Charles, tailor, w s E Temple bet 1st S and S Temple, 

res 20th wd 

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SALT LAKE CITY DIRECTORY. 99 

Thermung J., tailor, res 7th. wd, n w c 5th S and 1st W, 
Thirteenth Ward Assembly Booms, n s 2nd S bet 1st and 2nd E 
Thomas Charles, blacksmith, 7th wd, e s 1st W bet 4th and 5th 

S, res same 
Thomas C, musician, sec Pine and Bluff 

Thomas Edwin, farmer 15th wd, e s 3d W bet 1st S and S Tem- 
ple « 
Tnomas Samuel, laborer, res 16th wd, nee 6th W and S Temple 
Thomas Thomas, boot and shoe maker, res 15th wd, s s 1st S bet 

6th and 7th W 
Thomas Thomas F., laborer, s w c Bluff and Maple 
Thomassen P. ')., clerk, res 16th wd, w s 4th W bet 5th and 6th S 
Thompson Christopher, teamster at J. A. Young's 
Thompson Ezra, millwright, 19th wd,n e c 5th N and 2nd W 
Thompson J. A., printer, foreman at the Deseret News Office, 

res 5th wd, 5th S bet 3rd and 4th W 
Thompson J. M., tinner at M, B. Callahan's, res 12th wd, nee 

2nd S and 5th E 
Thompson J. P., tailor, 14th wd, e s 1st W 

Thompson Mrs Mercy, widow, 16th wd n w c 2nd W and N Tem- 
ple 
Thompson Ka'ph, druggist at W. S. Godbe's, res 16th wd, e s 

2nd W bet 3rd and 4th S 
Thompson William, boot and shoe maker, nee 1st E and 2nd S 

res same 
Thompson Wm., carpenter, 11th wd, w s 7th E bet 1st S and S 

Temple 
Thompson James, tailor, res 15th wd, s w c 3rd W and 5th S 
Thompson J. P., tailor, 2nd S bet 1st E and E Temple, res 1st 

W bet 2nd and 3rd S 
Thorne Wm., farmer, 7th wd, n s 6th S bet 1st W and W Tem- 
ple 
Thorp Mrs. Lucretia, widow, I9fch wd, w s 2nd W bet 3d and 4th N 
Thorpe John, weaver, 13th wd, s s 2nd S bet 2nd and 3rd E 
Thorpe Thomas, weaver, 13th wd, s s 2nd S bet and and 3-rd E 
Thurston Moses, farmer, 7th wd, w s E Temple bet 3d and 4th S 
Thurston Smith B., merchant, 17th wd, 1st N bet 1st W and W 

Temple 
Tibbits John S., laborer, 2nd wd, sec 7th S and 5th E 
TILESTON K. G.,(S. M. & E. Co.,) also freighter, office s s 2nd 

" 8 bet 1st E and E Temple, bds at Salt Lake House 
Tilt Richard, clerk at Savage and Ottinger's, 20th wd 
Timmins Thomas, gard-. ner, 5th wd, s s 7th S bet 3rd and 4th W 
Tingey John, sLoe maker, 17te wd, e s 2nd W bet 1st E and N 

Temple, res same 
Tippets J. H., 19th wd n s 3rd N bet 1st and 2nd W 
Tisely Wm., boiler maker, 12th wd, s w c 4th E and S Temple 
Titcom Mrs. Mary, widow, 12th wd, n w c 2nd S and 4th E 
Titus John, chief justice of the Supreme Court for U. T., office 
and res 13th wd, e s 3st E bet 1st and 2nd S 

Clothing and Furnishing Goods for Overland Travel at Anker's, Denver. 



100 SALT LAKE CITY DIRECTORY. 

Toms James, gunsmith, E Temple bet 2nd and 3rd S, res 8th wd, 

4th S bet 2nd and 3rd E 
Tooue Charles, 12th wd 

Toone John, painter, 7th wd, e s 1st W bet 3rd and !th S 
Torbjor en N., farmer, lstwd, n s 9th Sbet 7th and 8th E 
Toronto Jose]jh, farmer, 20th wd, sec Fruit and Chestnut 
Towler Daniel, (Glade & T.,) w s E Temple bet 1st and 2nd S 
Townsend B. A., cabinet maker at E. M. Cast's 
Townsend John W. , wood turner,6th wd, rear 4th W 
Trapet P., Paris Restaurant, n s 2nd S bet 1st E and E Temple 
Treherne Wm., laborer, res 15th wd, e s 6th W bet 1st and 

2ndS 
Tremaine Wm., machinist, 12th wd, s s S Temple bet 5th and 

6th E 
Treseder Charles, tailor, w s E Temple bet 1st S and S Temple 

17th wd n s N Temple bet 1st W and "W Temple 
TRESEDER R. D., tailor, wsB Temple bet 2nd and 3rd S, res 

12th wd, 6th E bet 1st S and S Temple 
TRIPP E. B., (E. B. T. & Co.,) dealer in* I oots and shoes, w s 

E Temple bet 1st S and S Temple, res 16th wd, s w c 

Fruit and Maple 
Trosper "Wm, B., laborer at J. A. Young's, res 16th wd, n w c 2d 

W and S Temple 
Trotter Wm., invalid, 16th wd, w s 5th W bet 1st N and N Tem- 
ple 
Trumbo J. K., auction and commission, 4th wd, e s 1st W bet 

1st and 2nd S 
Trump Mrs. N., embroidery store, 2nd 8 bet 1st E and E Tern. 

pie, res same 
Tucker Mrs. widow, 19th wd, e s 3rd W cet 3rd and 4th N 
Tucker Stephen, laborer, 2nd wd, s s 9th S ur 4th E 
Tucker S. M., 14th wd, es E Temple bet 2nd and 3rd S 
Tucker W., gardener for H. C. Kimball, n s 1st N 
Tuckett Henry, teamster 11th wd, dwl sec 2nd S and 9th E 
Tuckfield James,' ship builder, res 20th wd 

Tuerisenorfberg N., boot and shoe maker, n e c 6th S and 4th E 
Tufts C, Mansion House, nee 3rd S and IstE 
Tufts D., Mansion House, sec 3rd S and 1st E 
Tufts Josiah farmer 3rd wd, n s 1st E bet 6th and 7th S 
Tufts Mrs. J., proprietress of Mansion House, s e c 3d S and 1st E 
Tuke Wm., laborer 5th wd, w s 3rd W bet 8th and 9th S 
Tullidge John, music teacher, 8th wd. w s 1st E bet 4th and 5th 

S 
Turnbow F., teamster, 15th wd, e s 2nd E bet 1st and 2nd S 
Turnbow S., farmer 14th wd, n s 1st S bet 1st, and 2nd W 
Turner W. D., (Paine & T.,) colored, San Francisco Restaurant 

w s E Temple bet -nd and 3rd S 
Tuttle Elanson, farmer, s s 4th N bet 4th and 5th W 
Twentieth Ward School- Honse 
Twigg John W., farmer, 7th wd, s s 3 h S bet 1st and 2nd W 

miners' Clothing and Outfitting Goods at inker's, F St,, Denver, Col, 



SALT LAKE CITY DIRECTORY. 101 

u 

Underwood James, teamster, 14th wd s s 2nd S bet E and W 

Temple. 
Underworth Wm., dealer in provisions, n s 2nd S bet 1st E and 

E Temple. 
Underworth Wm., Union restaurant, e s Camp Douglas. 
UNION SQUARE, 16th wd bet 1st and 2nd N and 2nd and 3d 

W. 
Ure James, carpenter, 15th wd n w c 6th W and S Temple. 
Ursenbach Octave, clerk at W. S. Godbe's, h 16th wd e s 5th W 

bet N and S Temple. 
Ursenbach O., watchmaker, h 16th wd e s 5th W. 

V 

Vance J., 7th wd s w c 5th S and E Temple. 

Van Cott John, farmer, 14th wd n e c 1st S and W Temple. 

Vannatta J. A., cooper, 19th wd centre, bet 4th and 5th N. 

Vanschoonhover G. H., teamster, 7th wd n s 7th S bet E and W 
Temple. 

Van Tassell Henry, drayman, w s E Temple, bet 1st S and S 
Temple h 1st wd e of 9th E. 

Van Tassell James, carpenter, h 1st wd e of 9th E. 

Van Tassel R. C, gunsmith, 1st wd e of 9th E. 

VEDETTE PRINTING OFFICE, n s 2nd S bet E and W Tem- 
ple. 

Vincent John, tanner, h 19th wd nee 2nd N and 2nd W. 

Vine Geo., mason, 19th wd e s 3rd S bet 5th and 6th E. 

w 

Wade James A., blacksmith, res e s E Temple bet 2nd and 3rd S. 
Wade Moses, broom maker, 15th wd e s 3rd W bet 2nd and 3rd 

S. 
Wagman J., farmer, 3rd wd sec 6th S and E Temple. 
WAGNER H. (H. W. & Co.,) brewery in Emigration Canyon, 

four-and-a-half miles from the city, also billiard saloon n 

s 2nd S bet 1st E and E Temple, res same. 
Wagstaff John, gardener and nurseryman, res old fort or 6th wd 

public sqare s w c 3rd S and 2nd W. 
Wagstaff Wm., gardener, 3rd wd s w c 7th S and E Temple. 
Wakeham John A., boot and shoe maker, res 16th wd w s 2nd W 

bet 1st N and N Temple. 
Wale Wm., carpenter, 14th wd n s 3rd S bet 1st and 2nd W. 
Walker Charles, wheelwright, outside city wall. 
WALKER D. F., (W. Bros.,) dealer in dry goods, groceries and 

general merchandise, e E Temple bet 1st and 2nd S res 

7th wd 5th S bet E and W Temple. 
Walker E. R., laborer, 16th wd s e c 1st N and 4th W. 
Walker Frederick, teamster, 13th wd n s 3rd S bet 2nd and 3rd 

E. 

All Goods Sold at "One Price Only,' 5 at Anker's CIOTHIM House, Denver. 

10 



102 SALT LAKE CITY DIRECTORY. 

Walker Geo., tanner at Wm. Jennings', dwls with Wm. Jennings 

20th wd. 
Walker James C, miller at B. Y.'s Empire flour mill. 
WALKER J. R., (W. Bros.,) dealer in dry goods, groceries and 

general merchandise, e s E Temple bet 1st and 2nd S res 

7th wd s w c 4th S and E Temple. 
WALKER M. H„ (W. Bros.,) dealer in dry goods, groceries and 

general merchandise, e E T bet 1st and 2nd S res 7th wd 

e E T bet 4th and 5th S. 
Walker Robert, cabinet maker. 
WALKER S. C, (W. Bros.,) dealer in dry goods, groceries and 

general merchandise, e E T bet 1st and 2nd S res 7th wd 

e E T bet 4th and 5th S. 
Walker Walter, teamster, 11th wd bet 1st and 2nd S near city 

wall. 
Walker William, stone cutter, 20th wd Chestnut near city wall, 

res same. 
Walker Wm. H., farmer, res 16th wd e 4th W bet 1st and 2nd N. 
Wallace Geo. B., nurseryman, 17th wd e s 2nd W Let 1st N T and 

1st N. 
Walsh Henry, laborer, 16th wd s e c 1st N and 6th W. 

Walstrom , 17th wd. 

Walt Jacob, 17th wd s w c 1st W and N T. 

Walters Henry, carpenter, res 16th wd sec 1st N and 3rd W. 

Warburton Joseph, laborer, 11th wd nee 7th S and 7th E. 

Ward E. Pack, 17th wd n w c 1st N and Carrott. 

Wardman S. W. (W. & Co.,) grocer, n w c 2nd S and 1st E, res 

WT. 

Wardrobe , 13th wd s 1st S bet 1st and 2nd E. 

Wareing Geo., boot maker at Riser's, res nee Bluff and Pine. 
Wariski E. 

Warren Mrs. Mary Ann, 6th wd n 4th S bet 3rd and 4th W. 
Waterman James, laborer, 1st wd n 9th S bet 7th and 8th E. 
Watnough Wm., watchmaker at Kidgwell's, res 11th wd 1st W bet 

1st and 2nd N. 
Watson Alexander, adobe maker, 6th wd n w c 5th S and 3rd W. 
Watson James, adobe maker, 6th wd w 4th W near 5th S. 
WATSON JAMES (W. Bros.,) builder and contractor, Citron, 

bet Quince and 2nd N. res same. 
Watson James, mason, 19th wd e Citron. 
Watson James C, teamster at J. A. Young's. 
Watson John, laborer, 8th wd e s 2d E bet 3rd and 4th S. 
Watson Joseph, mason, 19th wd w Citron. 
WATSON JOSEPH M., (W. Bros.,) builder and contractor, 19th 

wd Citron between Quince and 2nd N. 
Watson R., farmer, 6th wd n 5th S bet 3rd and 4th W. 
Watt Geo. D., private phonographic reporter for B. Y., res 20th 

wd Fruit bet Chestnut and Walnut. 
WATTERS I., dealer in watches, jewelry and diamonds, e E 

Temple bet 1st and 2nd S, res same. 

er will be pleased to see you at his elegant CLOTHING HOUSE, F St. 



SALT LAKE CITY DIRECTORY. 103 

Webb Chauncey G., wagon maker, 9th wd s w c 3rd S and 5th E 

Webb C. G. Jr., freighter, 9th wd s 3rd S bet 4th and 5th E 

Webb C. M., boot maker at G. M. Slade, res 12th wd 

Webb E. D., carpenter and builder, 9th wd n s 5th S bet 3rd and 
4th E. 

Webber T. G., business manager S. L. Telegraph, 

Weiler E. M., farmer, 3rd wd n 7th S bet 1st and 2nd E. 

Weiler Jacob, farmer, 3rd win 7th S bet 1st and 2nd E. 

Weiler Joseph, farmer 4th wd n w c 7th SET. 

Weiler M., farmer, 3rd wd n 7th S bet 1st and 2nd E. 

Weimel John, 14th wd e 2nd S. 

Weldon W. B., secretary and treasurer of S. L. S. Billiard Club, 
res 2nd S bet 1st W and W T. 

WELLER JOHN B., attorney at law, boards at the S. L. House 
e s E Temple between 1st and 2nd S. 

Wells Daniel H., 3rd president of the Mormon Church and 
Mayor of S. L. City, res 13th wd s e c E and S Temple. 

Wells James, maker of carpenter's tools, 13th wd rear e s E Tem- 
ple, bet 2nd and 3rd S. 

Wells J. C., accountant at Morse, Walcott & Co., res E Temple 
bet 1st S and S Temple. 

Wells Mrs. Maria, widow, 11th wd s e c 6th E and 1st S. 

Wells P., millwright, 12th wd s s S Temple bet 4th and 5th E 

Wells Samuel, (W. & Barker) gunsmith and cutler, 2nd S bet 
1st E and E Temple. 

Wells Wm., cook at Salt Lake House. 

Wells Wm. R, pastry cook at Salt Lake House, 19th wd s s 3rd 
E bet 1st and 2nd W. 

Welton W. B., 14th wd n s 2nd S bet 1st W and W Temple. 

Wesley John, laborer, 3rd wd s s 6th S bet 2nd and 3rd E. 

West Jesse, teamster, 6th wd n s 5th S bet 2nd and 3rd W. 

West W C, janitor at S. L. Social Billiard Club, res 2nd S bet 
1st and 2nd W. 

West Wm. L., 14th wd s s 2nd S bet 1st and 2nd W. 

WESTON I. M., at Vedette printing office n s 2nd S bet E and W 
Temple. 

Westwood Thomas, laborer 19th wd. 

Wetzel E. M., carpenter, 6th wd e s 4th W bet 5th and 6th S, 

Wheeler Wm., laborer, 2nd wd n s 7th S bet 5th and 6th E. 

Whipple Nelson W., sawyer, nee 3rd N and 5th W. 

White C. M., blacksmith, 2nd S bet 1st E and E Temple. 

White C. M., 7th wd s s 3rd E bet E and W Temple. 

White James, plasterer, 11th wd s s S Temple bet 7th and 8th E 

White John, weaver, 11th wd e s 6th E bet 2nd and 3rd S. 

Vv hite Matthew 

Whitehead James, laborer, 19th wd s s 4th N bet 6th and 7th W. 

WHITEHEAD W. H., dealer in cigars, tobacco, cutlery, sta- 
tionery, and gent's furnishing goods, e s E Temple bet 1st 
and 2nd S, res same. 

Whitelock Wm., laborer, 9th wd n e c 4th S and 4th E. 

The most elegant Clothing House in Colorado is ANKER'S, Denver. 



104 SALT LAKE CITY DIRECTORY. 

Whiteworth Atkinson, salt maker, 1 9th wd sec 3rd N and 4th 

W. 
Whiting John, adobe layer, 9th wd e s 3rd E bet 3rd and 4th S. 
Whiting Wm., mason, res 15th wd, s s S Templa bet 2nd and 2rd 

W 
Whitmorth James, laborer, res 16th wd, sec 1st N and 7th W 
Whitney Miss Belle, school-teacher 13th wd 
Whitney Horace K., accountant at B Y's office, res 18th wd, N 

Temple bet 1st E and E Temple 
Whitney Mrs. Olive, widow s w c 1st S and Gth E 
Whittaker Geo., mason, 7th wd, s s 3rd S bet 1st W and W Tem- 
ple 
Whittaker Isaac, whip maker, res 16th wd, s s 1st N r bet 3d and 

4th W 
Whittemore Joseph, (W & Alt,) gunsmith, 2nd S bet 1st E and 

F Temple 
Whitworth Jeffrey, salt maker, res 19th wd, s w c 3rd N and 5th 

W 
Wickel Harmon, bootmaker at K Golden's, w s E Temple bet 1st 

S and S Temple 
Wickens James, carpenter, 11th wd. s s 1st S bet 7th and 8th E 
Wickens W. A., laborer, 11th wd, s s 1st S bet 1st and 2rd S 
Wickot Harmon, bootmaker at B. Golden's, w s E Temple bet 1st 

S and S Temple 
Wicksey John, laborer, res 15th wd, nee 1st S and 6th W 
Wickson S. A., teamster at J. A. Young's 

Widdison Thomas, file cutter, 19th wd, sec 3rd N and 6th W 
Wig.le Eli, wheelwright 8th wd, w s 1st E bet 4th and 5th S 
Wiglenan Daniel, painter 2nd wd, s w c 6th S and 4th E 
Wilbur Melvin, last-maker, s w c 4th S and 1st E 
Wilcox Henry, laborer, 20th wd, n s S Temple nr 8th E 
Wilcox Walter E. , mechanic, res 17th wd, nr the warm springs 
Wilcox Wm., sawyer, nr warm springs 19th wd, sec 7th N and 

2nd W 
Wild John, janitor, City Hall, 9th wd, nee 4th S and 5th E 
Wilding G., mason 19th wd, n s 2nd N bet 6th and 7th W 
Wilding Geo., warehouseman at Walker Bros,, res 19th wd, 1st 

N bet 6th and 7th W 
Wilkie Geo., blacksmith, 16th wd, n s S Temple bet 6th and 7th 

W 
Wilkinson F. W., (W. & Fenn,) dealer in groceries, dry goods 

hardware and general merchandise, n s 2nd S bet 1st E 

anh E Temple, res 2nd S bet 2nd and 3rd E 
Wilkinson Moses, laborer, 11th wd, s s S Temple bet 8th and 9th 

E 
Wilkinson Wm., laborer 11th wd, s s S Temple bet 8th and 9th E 
Wilkinson Wm. B„ dealer in dry goods and groceries, n s 2nd S 

bet 1st E and E Temple, res 14th wd, nee 2nd S and 1st 

W 
Willard Charles 

Anker is undoubtedly the leading Clothier of Colorado. 



SALT LAKE CITY DIRECTORY. 105 

Willard James E., tender, 15th wd, w s 3rd W bee 2d and 2rd S 
William Gustavus, 13th wd, e s E Temple bet 2nd and 3rd S 
Williams Christopher, farmer, 3rd wd, nee 7th S and 2nd E 
Williams C. F., plumber, metalic roofer, and gas fitter, bet 2nd 

snd 3rd S, res 3rd wd, s w c 7th S and 3rd E 
Williams Elias W, carpenter 7th wd, nee 6th S and 2nd W 
Williams Evans, laborer, 15th wd, n s 1st S bet 5th and 6th W 
Williams Mrs., weaver, 7th wd, nee 6th S and 2nd W 
Williams Miles O., 17th wd, nr Arsenal building 
Williams Owen, mason, 19th wd, n s 2nd N bea 6th and 7th W 
Williams P. L., student of law, E Temple, res 20th wd, s w c Fir 

and Garden 
Williams Robert, tailor, 20th wd, n s N Temple bet 7th and 8th 

E 
Williams Theopilus. mason, 15th wd, sec 2nd S and 5th W 
Williams Thomas, accountant at B. Y's., res 14th wd, 2nd W bet 

1st S and S Temple 
Williams Thomas, accountant at Wm. Jennings', res 20th wd, 

Walnut bet Fruit and S Temple 
Williams T. W., treasurer at Salt Lake Theater 
WILLIAMS W. D., salesman at Kimball & Lawrence's 
Williams Wm. W., teamster, 8th wd, e s 3rd E bet 3rd and 

4th S 
WILLIAMSON J. M., physician and surgeon, res east bank of 

Jordan river 
Williamson Wm., tender, 11th wd, dwl ssS Temple bet 8th and 

9th E 
Willis F. G., salesman at Gilbert & Sons, E Temple, res 12th wd, 

s s S Temple bet 4th and 5th W 
Willis William, school-teacher, 12th wd, s s S Temple bet 4th 

and 5th E 
Willowson John, laborer 11th wd, e s 8th E bet 2nd and 3rd S 
Wilson Edward, 9th wd, s s 4th S bet 5th and 6th E 
Wilson Frank, baker, 15th wd, s s S Temple bet 5th and 6th W 
Wilson James, broom maker, 12th wd, n w c 1st S and 5th E 
Wilson James, gardener, 12th wd, for D. H. Wells 
Wilson James F., laborer, 20th wd, sec Oak and Bluff 
Wilson Mrs. Jane, widow, 8th wd, w s 3rd E bet 3rd and 4th S 
Wilson J. M. G., weaver 1st wd, s w c 7th E and 7th S 
Wilson Wm., laborer, 4th wd, ns 7th S bet 1st and 2nd W 
Wilson W. W., brewery, rear of 1st S, nr the slaughter house, 

outside of city wall 
Winberg A, W., blacksmith, e s 1st W bet 3rd and 4th N 
Winchester Stephen, farmer, sec 2nd N and 2nd W 
Winder John R, farmer, 14th wd, n w c 3rd S and E Temple 
Winegar Stephen, gardener, 4th wd, w s W Temple bet 7th and 

8th S 

Winegar , 19th wd, 5th N 

Winter Thomas, farmer, 5th wd, s w c 7th S and 4th W 
Winter Thomas, teamster, 6th wd, w s 2nd W bet 4th and 5th S 

Anker, the leading Olothier of Colorado, F St., Denver, Ool. 



106 SALT LAKE CITY DIRECTORY. 

Wirthel Leopold, carpenter, 9th wd, nee 6th S and 4th E 
Wolff Bernhard, hair dresser, s s 2nd S bet 1st E and E Temple 
Wolson H., glove maker, s s 2nd S bet 1st and 2nd W 
Wolstenholme Wm., salt maker and syrup manufacturer, 16th 

wd, nee 1st N and Gth W, res same 
Wood John B,, chair maker 19th wd, e s 1st W bet 2d and 3d N 
Wood Wm., painter at Dinwoody's, res 17th wd, sec 3rd S and 

1st W 
Wood W. A., dealer in boots and shoes, w s E Temple bet 1st and 

2nd S, res same 
Woodard Charles N., farmer 2nd wd, s s 7th S bet 4th and 5th E 
Woodard Henry J., teamster, 12th wd, e s 4th E bet 3nd and 

3rdS 
Woodbury Jeremiah, farmer, 7th wd, w s 1st W bet 5th and Gth S 
Woodbury Thomas H., gardener, 7th wd, n w c Gth S and 1st W 
Woodford E., salesman at N. S. Ransohoff & Co., E Temple, res 

12th wd, n s 2nd S bet 5th and 6th E 
WOODMANSEE HENRY, (W. & Bro.,) dry goods, hardware, 

and general merchandise, e s E Temple bet 1st S and S 

Temple, res 14th wd, w s W Temple bet 2nd rnd 3rd S 
WOODMANSEE JOSEPH, (W. & Bro.,) dry goods, hardware, 

and general merceandise, e s E Temple bet 1st S and S 

Temple, res 14th wd, w s W Temple bet 2nd and 3rd S 
Woodruff Wilford, one of the 12 Mormons 14th wd, s w c W and 

S Temple 
Woods James, nurseryman, 9ih wd, nee 6th S and 3rd E 
Woods Mrs. Jane, widow 15th wd, w s 3rd W bet 1st and 2nd S 
Woolley Mrs. C. P., widow, 9th wd, e s 3rd E bet 4th and 5th S 
Woolley E, D., county recorder, and bishop of the Mormon 

Church in the 14th wd, res 13th wd, 1st E bet 1 st S and 

S Temple 
Woolley Mrs. M., widow, s s 4th S bet 3rd and 4th E 
Woolley Samuel, bishop of the Mormon Church in the 9th wd, 

res 9th wd, e c 4th S and 3rd E 
Workman Joseph, paper hanger, 5th wd, s w c 6th S and 3rd W 
Workman J. A., teamster, 10th wd, n s 4th S e of 9th E 
Worley B. K., leather dresser, 7th wd, sec 3rd S and 2nd W 
Worley John M., freighter, s s 4th S bet E and W Temple 
Worth en John, mason, 13th w r d, w s 3rd E bet 1st and 2nd S 
WORTHEN, PETER W., books and stationry, s s 2nd S bet 

1st E and E Temple. 
Worthington Isaac, farmer, n s S Temple bet 4th and 5th W 
WostenholmeMrs., 11th wd, s s 1st S bet 8th and 9th E 
Wright A. R., variety store, res 14th wd, n e c 1st S and 3rd W 
Wright A. R. Jr., carpenter, 20th wd, w s Spruce nr city wall 
Wright Caleb, farmer, 3rd wd. sec 6th S and 1st E 
Wright John, trader and freighter, 14th wd, 3rd S 
Wright John W., boot and shoe maker, 11th wd, s e c 1st S and 

7th E 
Wright Robert, 13th wd, w s 3rd E bet 1st and 2nd S 

All goods warranted as represented at Anker's Clothing House, Denver, Ool. 



SALT LAKE CITY DIRECTORY. 107 

Wright Kobert Jr., teamster 13th wd, w s 3rd E bet 1st and 2nd 

S 
Wright Thomas H., hair dresser, wsE Temyle bet 1st S and S 

Temple, res 11th wd n s 2nd S outside of city wall 
Wright W. B., salesman at Bassett & Roberts', res 14th wd, n e 

c 1st S and 2nd W 



Yates Wm., farmer, 16th wd nee 6th W and S Temple. 

Yeager Hiram, blacksmith, res 2nd wd 7th S bet 3rd and 4th E. 

Young Brigham, president of the Mormon Church, res 18th wd 

nsS Temple bet 2nd E and E Temple, also 13th wd sec 

1st E and S Temple. 
Young Brigham Jr., farmer, 14th wd n s 1st S bet 1st and 2nd E. 
Young B. H.. saddle and harness maker, s s 2nd S bet E and W 

Temple, res 13th wd s w c 1st S and 3rd E. 
YOUNG E. R, (E, E. Y. & Sons,) freighter and wholesale and 

retail dealer in general merchandise, s" s 1st S bet 1st E 

and E Temple, res 1st wd bet 2nd and 3rd S. 
YOUNG E. B. Jr., (E. R. Y. & Sons,) wholesale and retail dealer 

in general merchandise, s s 1st S bet IstE and E Temple, 

res 3rd S bet 2nd and 3rd W. 
Young James, farmer, 1st wd e s 6th E bet 8th and 9th S. 
Young James E,, carpenter, res 13th wd 1st E bet 2nd and 3rd S. 
YOUNG Jas. W., (E. R. Y. & Sons,) wholesale and retail dealer 

in general merchandise, s slst S bet 1st E and E Temple, 

res 3rd S bet 2nd and 3rd W. 
Young John, 13th wd n s 2nd S bet 1st E and E Temple. 
Young John, teamster, res 10th wd on the bench. 
Young Joseph, president of the seventies in the Mormon Church, 

res 13th wd s s S Temple bet 1st and 2nd E. 
Young Joseph A., lumber dealer, 14th wd s s S Temple bet S and 

W Temple. 
Young Joseph W., farmer, 13th wd n s 1st S bet 1st and 2nd E. 
Young Le Grand, (S. & Le G. Y.,) 17th wd, lumber dealer, es 

2nd W bet N and S Temple. 
Young Mi s. Lucy, widow, n s N Temple bet 1st and 2nd W. 
Young Phineas H., farmer, and bishop of the Mormon Church in 

the 2nd wd, res 2nd wd s s 5th E bet 6th and 7th S. 
Young Seymour, (S. & Le G. Y.,) dealer in lumber, 17th wd 

e s 2nd W. bet N and S Temple. 



Pine Punishing Goods in great variety at Anker's One PKIOE Store, Denver. 



BUSINESS DIKECTORY OF SALT LAKE CITY, 

IN "WHICH THE DIFFERENT TRADES AND PROFESSIONS ARE CLASSIFIED 

AND ARRANGED. 



Agents, Commission. 

BROWN, T. D. & SON, e s E 
Temple, bet 1st and 2nd S 

NAISBITT, H. W,swc 1st S 
and E Temple 

ROSS JAMES D,se c Elm 
and Fruit. 

Agent, General. 

BROWN T. D. & SON, e s E 
Temple, bet 1st and 2nd S. 
Agents, Insurance. 

Lawrence A., for Casualty Fire- 
man's Fund of S. F., and 
and Equitable of N. Y. 

Schwerin E., North British and 
Mercantile. 

Architects. 

Cram Charles H., office at City 
Hall. 

Folsom & Romney, s w c 1st W 
and S Temple. 

Harrison E. L. T. } e s W Tem- 
ple. 

Assay Office. 

BOHM& MOLITOR, ws E 
Temple, opposite Salt Lake 
House. 
Attorneys at Law. 

Appleby W. I., s s 1st S 

BASKIN & De WOLFE, s s 
2nd S bet E and W Tem- 
ple 

Blair & Hoge, office at the 
Court House. 

Clayton Wm., w s W Temple. 



HEMPSTEAD CHAS. H., E 

Temple bet 1st and 2nd S 

King James. 

LONG JOHN V., n s 3rd S bet 
4th and 5th E 

LYNCH PATRICK, w s E 
Temple bet 1st and 2nd S 

MARSHALL & CARTER, w s 
E Tenrple bet 1st and 2nd 
S. 

Mc Laughlin D., E Temple. 

SNOW ZERUBBABEL n w c 
1st E and 2nd S. 

Stout H,es 2nd E. 

STRICKLAND & ROBERT- 
SON, e s E Temple bet 2nd 
and 3rd S- 

THURMOND J. M.,s s S Tem- 
ple. 

WELLER JOHN B., e s E 
Temple bet 1st and 2nd S 

Auctioneers. 

Childs S. W., n e c 2nd S and 
W Temple. 

Joel S. W. & Co., n e c 2nd S 
and E Temple. 

LEVENTHAL A., w s E Tem- 
ple bet 1st S and S Tem- 
ple. 

Levy L., 2nd S, with S. W. Jo- 
el & Co. 

Mc GOWAN JOHN, City auc- 
tion and commission house, 
w s E Tern le bet 1st S 
and S Temple. 



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Smith F. C., e s 1st E bet 2nd 
and 3rd S. 

Bakers. 
Golightly R, w s E Temple 
GRENIG DANIEL, es E Tem- 
ple bet 1st and : nd S. 
Bank, National. 
MINEKS' NATIONAL BANK, 
Wm. KISKADDEN pres- 
ident, JOHN W. KERR 
Cashier, e s E Temple bet 
1st and 2nd S 
Bankers. 
HALSEY Wm. L. , E Temple. 
HUSSEY, D ABLER & CO., w 
s E Temple bet 1st and 
2ndS. 
JENNINGS Wm., s w e E 

Temple and 2nd S. 
KISKADDEN Win., president ! 
of the Miners' National Bank, 
JOHN W. KERR, cashier. 
e s E Temple bet 1st and 2nd j 
S. 
NOUNNAN, ORR & CO., e s E ! 
Temple bet 1st and 2nd S. j 
Basket Makers . 

SMITH & KING, w s E Tern- I 
pie bet 1st and 2nd S. 
Billiard Saloons. 

Englebrecht & CO., n s 2nd S. 
SUTTERLY BROS., w s e Tern- 

pie. 
WAGNER H. & CO., n s 2nd 

S bet 1st E and E Temple. 
Blacksmiths. 
Crismon Charles, nee 1st W 

and 2nd S. 
Cuthbert E. , 1st S. 
Frost Burr, e s 2nd E. 
Gale Robert, 1st S. 
Gillet H. E., 4th E. 
Hamer & Haslem, w s 2nd W. 
Hamsen Wm., nr 1st N. 
Hawkins J. B., E Temple. 
HAYWARD G., 2nd S bet E 

and W Temple. 
Hennefer J., s s 4fch S. 



Lawson & Rikers, nee 3rd S 

and 1st E. 
Margetts H. & P., w s 1st W. 
Margetts R. B., w s 2nd W. 
Olsen C. W., N Temple. 
Peck & Co., w s 1st W. 
Pendleton A. J., n w c 6th S 

and : th E. 
Pugmire Jonathan, ewe 1st W 

and 2nd S. 
Slade H. S., s s 3rd S. 
Speirs Thomas, nwc 6th S and 

8th E. 
Sutton & Reinsimer, n s 2nd S 

bet E and W Temple. 
Tall Geo., e s 1st W. 
Thomas Charles', e s 1st W. 
Winberg A. W., e s 1st W. 

Boarding Houses. 
Gibbs Horace, w s 1st W. 
Gilbert & Co., 2nd S. 
Greeuwald A., 2nd S. 
Martin Mrs. E., S Temple. 

Bookbinder. 
KELLY JOHN B., n e c E and 

S Temple. 

Booksellers. 
BROWN T. D & SON, e e E 

Temple bet 1st and 2nd S. 
Johnson Wm. D., s s S Temple. 
Kelly John B., n e c S and E 

Temple. 
WORTHEN PETER W. s s 2nd 

S bet 1st E and E Temple. 

Boot and Shoemakers. 
BARHOWS E., n s 2nd S bet 

1st E and E Temple. 
Campki'i Geo., 1st W. 
Cleary James F., e s 2nd W. 
Collet Richard, n w c N and W 

Temple. 
GUSHING & BRO., s s 1st S 

bet 1st E and E Temple. 
Flower John, E Temple. 
Golding R. J., e s 2nd W. 
Hewlett T., s w c 2nd E and S 

Temple. 
Hochstasser R., nwc 5th S 

and 5th E. 



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Kelson Wm. J„ e s 8th E. 

Knight Wm., n s 5th S. 

Lawrence G., 2nd S. 

Lloyd Wm. J., n s S Temple. 

Lundergreen S., s s 6th S. 

Lutz Charles, n s 2nd S. 

McAllister R., w s 1st E bet 
3rd and 4th S. 

Morgensen Jas., e s *.'nd E. 

Muir James, nee 5th S and 
4th E. 

Nash J., s e c 6th and 3rd W. 

RISER GEO. C, s s 2nd S bet 
1st E and E Temple. 

Robiuson J., e s 2nd W. 

Ruban James, wsE Temple. 

Sadler Wm., 2nd S, 

Skelton Robert, e s E Temple. 

Slade Gr. W. 5 xi s 2nd S. 

Slater Frederick, n s Currant 
nr Beet. 

SNELGROVE E., 2nd S bet 
IstE andE Temple. 

Solomon A., w s E Temple bet 
1st S and S Temple. 

Stuart D., e s E Temple. 

Swen-on J., 2nd S. 

Tingey J., e s 2nd W. 
Boot and Shoe Manufacturers. 

Jennings, Wm. s w c E Tem- 
ple and 1st S 

SLOAN Wm., Pioneer boot 
and shoe company, w s E 
Temple bet 1st and 2nd S. 

TRIPP E, B. & Co., w s E Tem- 
ple bet 1st and 2nd S. 
Boot and Shoe Stores 

SHIPP A. & CO., w s E Tem- 
ple bet 1st and 3nd S. 

SLOAN WM., Pioneer boot 
and shoe company, w s E 
Temple bet 1st and 2ndS. 

TRIPP E. B. & CO., w s E 
Temple bet 1st S and S 
Temple. 

Breweries. 
Wagner & Co., Emigration Can- 
yon. 
Wilson W. W., rear of 1st S. 



Brick Machine, Patent. 

Mi'es W. II. & Son, n e c 4th 
S and 1st W. 

Brick Yard. 

Morris R. & H., near 1st S. 
Broom Makers. 

Hays Edwin, nee 4th E and 
9th S. 

Wade Moses, e s 3rd W. 
Butchers, 

Aldrich J., S. L. City market. 

Bircumshaw T., S. L. City mar- 
ket. 

Chandler G., S. L. City mar- 
ket, 

HAILSTONE WM., S. L. City 
market, 1st S bet E ;.nd 
W Temple. 

Hepworth John, S. L. City 
market, 1st S bet E and 
W Temple. 

Keddington Wm., at general 
tithing store. 

LITTLE & GARRETTS, S. L. 
City market, 1st S bet 
E and W Temple. 

Moroni Abel, 3rd S. 

ORNSTEIN & POPPER, 1st 
E bet 1st and 2nd S. 

TAYLOR CHARLES B., S. L. 
City market, 1st S bet E 
and W Temple. 
Cabinet Makers. 

Ainstrong Bros., e s E Tem le 

BIRD WM., s s 2nd S bet 1st 
E and E Temple. 

Bird & Schiller, E Temple. 

Lundquinst N. A. s s S Tem- 
ple. 
Carpenters and Builders. 

Able Elijah, s s 2nd S. 

Barnes James, 2nd N. 

BELL EDWARD, n w c 6th S 

and E Temple. 
Carinichael Wm., n w c 5th S 

and 1st E. 
Cherrington J., sec 5th S and 

1st E. 
Evans Dayid, s s crd S. 



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Fallan Henry, sec 2nd E and 

S Temple. 
Gray J. C ., n s 2nd S. 
Holt John, e s 2nd S and 1st 

E. 
Holt Wm, n e c 2nd S and 7th 

E. 
Latey Wm.. s s 3rd S. 
Mather J. O., e s 2nd W. 
Moody A., s w c S and W. 

Temple. 
Mortimer & Harkins, e s E 

Temple. 
Nichols H. W.j 2nd W. 
Oat J., n e c 2nd S and 7th E. 
Paul Adam, e s 2nd E. 
Price George, e s 5th W. 
Richard Phineas, sec 2nd S 

and W Temple. 
Ridges J. H., s s 3rd N. 
Salisbury Wm., n w c 3rd S 

and 3rd E. 
SEMMES C. W. H., 2nd W 

bet 5th and 6th S. 
Smith H,ws 8th E. 
STEVENS JAMES W., 1st E 

bet 1st and 2nd S. 
Stonehouse W. G., s w c 3rd S 

and 1st W. 
WATSON BROS., Citron bee 

Quinc > and 2nd N. 
Webb E. D.j 5th S. 

Carpenters' Tools, Maker. 
Wells James. 

Carver and Gilder. 
Gregg Wm. C. 

Chair Makers. 
CAPENER WM., n s 1st S bet 

2nd and 3rd E. 
Smith Wm. J. 

Cigars and Tobacco. 

Davis & Geary, 1st S. 
GREENBERG & CO., e s E 

Temple bet 1st and 2nd S. 
Oberfelder Bros, e s E Temple 

bet 1st and 2nd S 
WHITEHILL W. H., e s E 

Temple bet 1st and 2nd S. 



Clothing and Dry Goods. 

Cohn L. & Co., w s E Temple 
bet 1st and 2nd S. 

Glocksman & Co., wsE Tem- 
ple. 

Meyer M., w s E Temple. 

REGGEL LOUIS, w s E Tem- 
ple bet 1st and 2nd S. 
Coal Dealer. 

Crutcher's, 3rd E. 

Confectioners. 

Brown James, 1st S bet 1st E 
and E Temple. 

GRENIG DANIEL, e s E 
Temple bet 1st and 2nd S. 

Harris Wm., e s S Temple. 

KELSON JOHN, H., IstE and 
E Temple. 

Coopers. 

Foreman & Son, 1st S. 

Jordan James, n w c 4th S and 
IstE. 

Lamb, e s ; th E. 

Norman S., s e c 1st N and 2nd 
W. 

Perkes Henry, wsE Temple 
bet 2nd and 3rd S. 

South O, s s 2nd N near 1st 
W. 

Vannatta J. H., Center. 
Corrals. 

Davey C. & King, Emigration 

square nee 1st E and 4th 

S. 
Green C. B., 4th S. 
Moore Goff, n s 5th S. 

Cutlery. 
Whitehill, W. H., e s E Temple 

Dentists. 
GROVES W. H., n s 2nd S bet 

3 st E and E Temple. 

Pearce Thomas, 15th wd. 

Sharp Wm. H., n s S Temple. 

Dress Makers and Milliners. 

Horsley Mrs. S., s w c S and W 

Temple. 
Pratt Mrs. Marian R, n e c 3rd 

N and 3rd W. 



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SMITH Mrs. A., w 8 E Tem- 
ple bet 2nd and 3rd S. 

SMITH Mrs. JOB, w s E Tem- 
ple bet 2nd and 3rd S. 

Trump Mrs. N., 2nd S. 

Druggists. 
BAUMAN J. & CO., e s E 

Temple bet 1st and 2nd S. 

Clinton Dr. Jeter, s w e '2nd S 
and E Temple. 

Ellifrit R. T., E Temple. 

GODBE WM. S, i s E Tem- 
ple bet 1st and 2nd S. 

Johnson Wm. D,, s s S Tem- 
ple. 

Mitchell H., sec 6th S and 
7th E. 

Roberts D.C.ns 2nd S. 
Drum Maker. 

Huntington D. B., s w c 2nd 
N and 3rd W. 

Dry Goods, Clothing and Gen- 
eral Merchandise. 

AUERBACH BROS., w s E 

Temple 1st and 2nd S. 
BASSETT & ROBERTS, w s 

E Temple bet 1st and 2nd 

S. 
Bateson John, w s E Temple. 
BODENBURG & KAHN, e s 

E Temple bet 1st and 2nd 

S. 
CHISLETT & CLARK, e s E 

Temple bet 1st and 2nd S. 
CLIFT F. D., e s E Temple bet 

1st and 2nd S. 
Conr.d W. K. & Bro., esE 

Temple. 
CRONYN GEO. & CO. w s E 

Temple bet 1st and 2nd S. 
Day David, wsE Temple. 
DITRANT OLIVER, nee 2nd 

S and E Temple. 
ELLIS BROS, w s E Temple. 

bet 2nd and 3rd S. 
GILBERT & SONS, e s E 

Temple bet 1st and 2nd S. 
JENNINGS WM., s vv c E 

Temple and 1st S. 



KIMBALL & LAWRENCE, n 

\v c 1st S and S Temple. 

LESSER S. cv BRO., w s E 
Temple bet 1st and 2ml S. 

Livingstone M., E Temple. 

ROSS & BARRATT, n s 2nd 
S bet 1st E and E Temple. 

Shoebridge E B. 

SIEGEL BROS., n e c 1st S 
and E Temple, also e s E 
Temple bet 1st and 2nd S. 

Taylor Geo. J., s s S Temple. 

TAYLOR T. & W., w s E Tem- 
ple bet 1st and nd S. 

TEASDEL S. P., office s w c 
1st S and E Temple. 

WALKER BROS., e s E Tem- 
ple bet 1st and 2nd S. 

Wilkinson and Fenn, 2nd S. 

WOODMANSEE & BRO., e s 
E Temple bet 1st S and S 
Temple. 

YOUNG E. R. & SONS, s s 1st 
S bet 1st E and E Temple. 
Embroidery Stamper. 

DRUCE HENRY, n s 2nd S 
bet 1st E and E Temple. 
Engineers. 

Barnum W. H. H., 1st E. 

Shepherd JohnC, 1st S. 
Engravers. 

DRUCE HENRY, ns 2nd S 
bet 1st E and E Temple. 

McKinzie David. 

Express snd Exchange Com- 
pany. 

WELi S, FARGO & CO., 

NEW YORK AND CALI- 
FORNIA, Nat Stein, agent, 
n sv c E Temple and 2nd S. 

Express Companies. 

HAMMAR J. M., G't S. L. City 
Express, E Temple bet 1st 
and 2nd S. 

TILESTON, KEITH & CO., 
S. M. & Ex. Co., R, D. 
Clark, agent, office s s 
2nd S bet 1st E and E Tem- 
ple. 



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Freighters . 

Booth T,nsN Temple. 
Carson J, A., n w c 4th S. 
Crismon Geo., e s 1st W. 
Eldreclge Joseph, w s 4th W 
Ensign R.,n e e 3rd S and 2nd E 
Freeland John, n s 2nd S, 
Fuller C, e s 2nd W. 
Fuller R.es 2nd W. 
Fuller W. D, es 2nd W. 
Green John Y., s s 4th S. 
Jones J. H., n s 1st S. 
Kimball D. P., s s 1st N. 
Kimball H. P., s w c 1st N and 

E Temple. 
Myrick Geo. L., n s N Temple. 
Pitt Thomas D., e s E Temple. 
Roberts Wm., s s 1st S. 
Sharp Adam, sec Fir and S 

Temple. 
Slater Thomas, w s 3rd S. 
Stansfield Wm., n e c 1st S and 

6th E. 
Stokes Christopher, w s4th W. 
Stringhan G , E Temple. 
Taylor Horace, n s 2nd S. 
WebbC. G. Jr., s s 3rd S. 
Worlev John. M., 4th S. 
Young, E. R. & Sons, 2nd S. 

Fruit and Vegetables: 

Davis J. C, wsE Temple. 
Frazer J., at Warm Springs. 
Kelly H. C, E Temple. 
Sadler James, wsE Temple. 
SMITH JOB, w s E Temp'e 
bet 2nd and 3rd S. 

Furniture Dealers. 

DINWOODEY HENRY, s s 1st 
S bet E and W Temple. 

CAPENER Wm., n s 1st S. 

General Merchandise. (Whole- 

BODENBURG & KAHN, e s 
E Temple bet IstS and S 

Temple. 
BOURNE & NEEDHAM, e s 
E Temple bet 1st and 2nd 

S. 



ELDREDGE & CLAWSON, e 

s E Temple bet 1st S and 

S Temple. 
ELLIS BROS., w s E Temple 

bet 1st and 2nd S. 
GILBERT & SONS, e s E 

Temple bet 1st and 2nd S. 
JENNINGS WM., s wc E 

Temple and 1st S 
KIMBALL & LAWRENCE, n 

w c E Temple and 1st S. 
RANSOHOFF N. S. & CO., e 

s E Temple bet 1st and 2d 

S. 
Walker Bros., e s E Temple 

bet 1st and 2nd S. 
YOUNG E. R. & SONS, s s 

2nd S bet 1st E and E 

Temple. 

Gents Furnishing Store. 
Whitehill, W. H.,e s E Temple 

Grist Mills. 
Crismon Charles nee 1st W 

and 2nd S. 
PUGSLEY PHILIP, w s 2nd 

W bet 4th and 5th S. 
Taylor John. 

Groceries and Provisions. 
Barnes John S. 
BARROW & CO., (wholesale,) 

E Temple bet 1st and 2nd 

S. 
Bayeur Joseph, 2nd S. 
CAMP JAMES, wsE Temple 

bet 2nd and 3rd S. 
Chadd Michael, w s E Temple. 
Chapman Geo. 
Crowne E., E Temple. 
DAVIS & BURCHNELL. w s 

E Temple bet 1st S and S 

Temple. 
Lawrence & Co., e s E Temple. 
Lees S. J., w s E Temple. 
Malltese S., 1st S. 
McDonald John, w s E Tem- 
ple. 
McGRATH JOHN H, e s E 

Temple bet 2nd and 3rd 

S. 



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Mitchell Hezekiah, see 6th S 
and 7th E. 

MORRIS BROS., s w c 2nd S 
and 1st E. 

Morris L, S. L. City Market. 

Morse, Walcott &' Co., (whole- 
sale,) e s E Temple. 

Reeves W. C, n e c 3rd S and 
E Temple. 

Rowe Wm. P., S. L. City Mar- 
ket. 

Smith & Randall, e s E Tem- 
ple. 

Sirrine S. D., 1st S. 

STRLNGFELLOW BROS., s 
s nd S bet 1st E and E 
Temple. 

STUBBS & KIRKWOOD, w s 
E Temple bet 1st and 2nd 
S. 

Unsworth Wm., n s 2nd S bet 
1st E and E Temple. 

Wardman & Co., n w c lind S 
and 1st E. 
Gunsmiths and Cutlers. 

Charles Robert. 

HAGUE JAMES, w s E Tem- 
ple bet 1st and 2nd S. 

Jorgeson F. n s 6th S. 

Toms James, E Temple. 

VanTassel R. C, e of 9th E. 

Wells & Baker, 2nd S. 

WHITTEMORE & ALT, 2nd 
S bet 1st E and E Temple. 
Hair Dressers. 

Fordonski & Diehl, e s E Tem- 
ple. 

RUSSELL HARRIS, & BER- 
RY, s s 1st S bet 1st E and 
E Temple. 

Squires John, s e c Fk and 
Garden. 

Wright T. H,wsE Temple. 
Hardware. 

ALLEN J. M. & CO., e s E 
Temple bet 1st and 2nd S. 

BEST A., w s E Temple bet 
1st and 2nd S. 

CALLAHAN M. B„ e s E Tem- 
ple bet 1st and 2nd S. 



Hatters 

Merrill A., e s 1st W. 
Shelmerdine J., s s 3rd S. 

Hotels. 

GOLDEN EAGLE HOTEL, 
(Capt Smith & Bound,) 
e s 1st E bet 2nd and 3rd 
8, 

IDAHO HOUSE, Thomas Pri- 
or, s s 2nd S bet 1st E and 
E Temple. 

Mansion House, Mrs. J. Tufts, 
se c 3rd Sand 1st E. 

SALT LAKE HOUSE, Fer- 
amorz Little, e s E Tem- 
ple bet i st and 2nd S. 

UTAH EAGLE HOUSE, F. 
Reich, e s E Temple bet 
2nd and 3rd S. 
Ice Cream. 

FOX FRANK F., Excelsior 
Garden, s s 1st S bet 4th 
and 5th E. 

Last-maker. 

Wilbur M., c 4th S and 1st E. 
Laundry 

Nesbert & Howard, sec 2nd S 
and 1st E. 

Liquors. 

Eddins John, E Temple. 

Harry Thomas F., agent for 
city liquor store, e s E 
Temple bet 2nd and 3rd S. 
Livery Stables. 

FAUST & HOUTZ, s s 2nd S 

bet 1st E and E Temple. 
Jackson W. H., e s 1st E bet 

2nd and 3rd S. 
Vaii Dyke & Whitman, nee 

2nd S and W Temple. 

Locksmith. 
Hammer Edward, 8th wd. 

Lodging Houses. 
Burns Thomas, 2nd S 
SMITH FRANK W., e s E 
Temple bet 2nd and 3rd 
S. 



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Lumber Dealers. 
Hawley Burtis, w s E Temple 

bet 2nd and 3rd S. 
Miller & He ton, 4th S. 
Bobbins & Co., e s 2nd W. 

Marine Store. 
Coult Wm, 5th S. 

Match Factories. 
Cormwell Thomas, n s 3rd S. 
Fielding Amos, e s 3rd W bet 

7th and 8th S. 
Goddard Geo., e s E Temple. 
Neibaur Alexander, e s 3nd 

E. 

Merchants. 
BOUKOFSKY & CO., e s E 

Temple bet 1st and 2nd S. 
Beese Enoch, wsE Temple. 
White Matthew. 

Merchants Commission. 
Alsbacher & Co., office at Bohm 

& Molitor's, E Temple, op- 
posite Salt Lake House. 
BEESTON JAMES, e s E Tem- 
ple bet 1st and 2nd S. 
BOURNE & NEEDHAM e s E 

Temple, 
CRONYN GEO. & CO., e s E 

Temple. 
GODBE & MITCHELL, e s E 

Temple bet 1st S and S 

Temple. 
McGBORTY & HENRY, e sE 

Temple bet 2nd and 3rd S. 
NAISBITT H. W., office at 

Wm. Jennings', s w c 1st 

S and E Temple. 
Tyler Albert P.,nsN Temple. 

Millinery Goods. 
COLEBROOK CHARLES, w 

s E Temple bet 1st S and 

S Temple. 

Millwrights. 
Ensign Samuel, s s 3rd S. 
Gillet John A., s w c 4th S and 

-ith E. 
Kesler Frederick, sec 3rd W 

and N Temple. 
Lancaster W., w s 3rd S. 
Silver J. W. 



Music Store. 

Calder D. O., n e c E and S 
Temple. 

News papers. 

Deseret News, (weekly,) Albert 
C. Carrington, ed.tor, of- 
fice necE and S Temple. 

Juvenile Instructor, office n e 
c S and E Temple. 

Salt Lake Telegraph, (daily 
and weekly,) T. B. H. Sten- 
house editor and proprie- 
tor, office s < f 1st S. 

UNION VEDETTE, (daily and 
weekly,) P. L. Shoaff & 
Co., publishers, office n s 
2nd S bet E and W Tem- 
ple. 
Notaries Public. 

Cain John T., e s 4th E. 

Clayton Wm., w s W Te.. pie. 

Lynch Patrick, w s E Temple, 
bet 1st and 2nd S. 

Phelps W. W., n w c 1st S and 
2nd W. 

Nurserymen. 

Fenton Thomas, w s 4th W. 

Fowler Samuel. 

Hartwell Elliot, w s 6th E. 

Haybroo Mo es. 

Wallace George B., e s 2nd W. 

Woods J., nee i>th S and 3rd 
E. 
Paints, Oils and Dye-stuffs. 

Bauman J. & Co., e s E Tem- 
ple bet 1st and 2nd S. 
GODBE WM. S., e s E Temple 

Painter, Portrait. 
La Baume Chas. de, n s 2nd S. 

Painters, House and Sign. 
Midgley, J., n s 2nd S. 
Morris Wm. V., w s E Temple. 
Pitt Wm., n s N Temple. 
Shaw Osman, n s N Temple. 

Penmanship. 
McCauley & Molony. 

Photographs, etc. 
MARTIN EDWARD, w s E 
Temple bet 1st and 2nd S 



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SAVAGE & OTTINGER, w s 
E Temple bet 1st S and S 
Temple. 

SUTTERLY BROS., e sE 
Temple bet 1st and 2nd S. 

Physicians and Surgeons . 
Anderson W. F., e s 2nd E. 
Bernhisel J. M. 
Crockwell J. D. M., sec » ! .th S 

and 4th E. 
Davis M. E., n e c • th S and 

3rd W. 
De Castro, 2nd S. 
Heffren Wm, w s 5th W. 
Hovey O. D., n w c 5th N and 

andlstW. 
HylerM. R. 
Kenner R H., s s 4th S bet E 

and W Temple. 
Leatherford Wm., n w c 1st S 

and 6th W. 
Lee Ezekiel, s w c 3rd N and 

2ndW. 
Newton Samuel, e s 1st E. 
Ormsby J. S., s w c 2nd S. 
Redifer Wm., n w c 1st S and 

6th W. 
Richards Levi, E Temple. 
Roberts Don Carlos, n s 2nd S. 
Sprague S. L., e s E Temple. 
TAIT Wm. H., w s E Temple. 
WILLIAMSON J. M.,east bank 

of Jordan river. 

Plasterers. 

JONES WM„ s s S Temple bet 

5th and 6th W. 
Taysum A. J., s s 2nd S bet E 

and W Temple. 

Plumber. 

Williams C. F„ e s E Temple. 

Postmaster. 
STEIN NAT, e s E Temple 
bet 1st S and S Temple. 

Potteries. 

Croxall & Cartwright, e s 1st 

W. 
Eardly Bros. , e s W Temple. 



Restaurants. 

Chase Joseph C, 2nd S. 

Deliter F. &Co., Franco Amer- 
ica'! Chop House, ii s S 
Temple. 

Eggtes & Co., 1st S. 

Glade & Towler, w s E Tem- 
ple. 

Goddard A Fry, California, 
2nd S. 

Turner, Paine & Anderson, San 
Francisco, w s E Temple. 

ROSS H. M., Nevada, s s 2nd 
S bet 1st E and E Tem- 
ple. 

SMITH FRANK W., Montana, 
e s E Temple bet 2nd and 
3rd S. 

Taylor J., Pahranagat, e s E 
Temple. 

Trapet P., Paris, n s 2nd S. 

Unsworth Wm., Union, e s 
Camp Douglas. 

Rope Maker. 

Gray Peter, e s 9th E. 
Saddle and Harness Makers. 

BO WRING & JONES, s s 2nd 
S bet 1st E and E Temple. 

Curtis & McKinnon, E Tem- 
ple. 

Eastman 0. F., e s 2nd W. 

Hampton Brigham Young, s s 
2ndS. 

Jackman J, W., n s S Temple. 

Jenkins J. W., n s S Temple. 

JOHNSON C. W.. 1st S bet 1st 
E and E Temple. 

MOSS W. J., 2nd S bet 1st ■ E 
and E Temple. 

Seegmiller & Crow, w s E Tem- 
ple bet 1st S and S Tem- 
ple. 

Saddle-tree Makers. 

Curtis & McKinnon, E Tem- 
ple. 

Jackman Levi, nee oth W 
and 1st N. 



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Salt Manufacturers 
Cabbie James, 2nd S. 
Meredith J. B., S. L. Market, 
Porter John, e s of Salt Lake. 
Wolstenholme Wm. 
Foster W. W,ws 3rd W. 

Saw Mills. 
Chamberlin & Cunnin;ham, e 

s 4th W. 
Hawley Burtis, wsE Temple. 
HUMPHEYS W., sec 1st N 

>nd4th W. 
LATIMER, TAYLOR & CO., 

s e c 1st E and 5th S. 

Schools (Frivate.) 

Doremus H. R., nee 1st N 

and 2nd W. 
Green Mrs. M. E., 7th wd. 
MAESER KARL G., for B. Y's 

children, n s S Temple bet 

E Temple and 2nd E. 
Mousley Geo. W., 4th W. 
Ott Alexander, e s 1st W. 
Second Hand Stores, 
Dinmock Geo., wsE Temple. 
Summers J. R., s s 2nd S. 

Stage Company. 
TILESTON, KEITH & CO., s 

s 2nd S bet 1st E and E 

Temple. 

Stationery, Etc. 
BROWN T. D. & Son, e s E 

Temple bet 1st and 2nd S, 
WORTHEN PETER W., s s 

2nd S. bet 1st E and E 

Temple. 
TRIPP E. B., s s 2nd S. 
Whitehill, W.H,esE Temple 

Surveyor. 
Fox Jesse, n s 1st S. 

Syrup Manufacturers. 
Baddley Geo., s s 3rd S. 
Wolstenholme Wm. 
Tailors. 
Anderson J., & Olsen, 2nd S 

bet 1st E and E Temple. 
Clive C, s s 2nd S bet 1st E 

and E Temple. 
Evans John, s s 2nd S. 



Green & Julian, E Temple. 
Jones C. R., e s 1st E. 
MANNING JOHN, s s 2nd S 

bet 1st E and E Temple. 
MYERS H, agent for San 

Francisco Ta lor Shop, e 

s E Temple bet 1st S 

and S Temple. 
Ninde A.. 2nd S. 
Sproat C, w s E Temple. 
Taylor & Co., 1st S. 
Thirkill C, w s E Temple. 
THOMPSON J. P., 2nd S. 
Treseder C, w s E Temple. 
TRESEDER R, D., E Temple 

bet 2nd and 3rd S. 
Tanners. 
GoldingR. J., es 2ndW. 
JENNINGS Wm., n s 2nd S 

bet 2nd and 3rd W. 
PICKARD WM. L., n s 3rd S 

bet 2nd and 3rd W. 
TRIPP E. B., w s 2nd W bet 

N and S Temple. 
Teachers, Music. 
Careless George, n s 4th S bet 

1st and 2nd W. 
Cook Mrs. S. N., 1st S. 
Jones John M., n s rd S. 

Telegraph Offices. 
PACIFIC TELEGRAPH CO., 

e s E Tenrple. 
W. U. Telegraph Co., e s E 

Temple. 

Tinsmiths. 
ALLEN J. M. & Co., wsE 

Temple bet 1st and 2nd S. 
BEST A., w s E Temple bet 1st 

and 2nd S. 
.Boaz Wm., sec 2nd S and 1st 

CALLAHAN M. B., w s E 

Temple bet 1st and 2nd S. 
Jensen E., s s 5th S. 
Jones C. F., w s 2nd W. 
Jones E. W., s s 4th S. 
MORE & CO., e s E Temple 

bet 2nd and 3rd S. 
Rogers James, 2nd S. 



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SHARKEY K. C.wbE Tem- 
ple bet E and W Temple. 

STEVENSON EDWARD, ws 
E Temple bet 1st S and S 
Temple. 

Traders. 

Aaren Harris, s e c E Temple 
and 4th S. 

Fullmer David, E Temple. 

Gilbert Frank B,esW Tem- 
ple. 

Loser Lewis, e s E Temple. 

Smith Frederick, n w c 3rd S 
and 5th E. 

Spencer C. V., 1st E. 

Trimmings, Embroidery, and 
Dry Goods. 

ELGUTTER MORRIS, w s E 
Temple bet 1st and 2nd S. 

Turners, Wood. 
BIRD JAMES, s s 2nd S bet 

1st E and E Temple. 
Jensen N., 

Lenham T., n s 1st S. 
Townsend, J. W., 4th W. 

Undertakers. 
CAPENER WM, n s 1st S bet 

2nd and 3rd E. 
Taylor J. E., n s 1st S. 

Upholsterer. 
Morris & Brene, e s E Temple. 
Neve S. P., s s 1st S. 

Variety Stores. 

BARROWS, E., n s 2nd S bet 

1st E and E Temple. 
Cooper Charles, wsE Temple. 
Daft A., n s 2nd S bet 1st E 

and E Temple. 
Dye Robert, 1st S bet E and 

W Temple. 
Goldstein S., E Temple. 
Lang Benjamin, w s E Temple. 
Sadler James, w s E Temple. 
TRIPP E. B. & Co., s s 2nd S 
Wright A. R., n e c 1st S and 

3rdW. 



Watch and Clock Makers. 

Abunot J. A., s s Fruit. 
Ballan Wm., w s E Temple. 
Booth John, w s 8th E. 
BYWATER G. G., ss 1st S 

bet 1st E and E Temple. 
Elleson A Co., E Temple. 
Harbach A., near he c Bluff 

and Locust. 
Harvey A., w s 8th E. 
Jones Wm., 1 t S. 
KIDGELL CHARLES, s s 1st 

S bet 1st E and E Temple. 
Ursenbach O., e s 5th W. 

Watches, Jewelry , and Diamonds 

MEEKS JOHN, e s E Temple 

bet 1st and 2nd S. 
WATTERS I., e s E Temple 

bet 1st and 2nd S. 

Weavers. 

Blakely J., n s N Temple. 
Bonelli J. G., 2nd W. 
Furster John B., w s Cth W. 
Holt E., n s 3rd S. 
Hnggin Geo., s s 1st S. 
Sproul F., s s 1st S. 
Steel Alexander, n s 8th S. 
White John, e s 6th E. 
Wilson J. M. G., s w c 7th S. 

Wheelwrights . 

Broadhurst S., n s 1st S. 
Holden Michael, s w c 5th E and 

5th S. 
Lawson C. T., nee 3rd S and 

IstE. 

Whip Makers. 
Huskinson Wm., e s E Temple. 
Shearer Daniel, s s 2nd S. 

Wood Dealer. 
Simpkins W. S., rear Salt Lake 
House. 

Woolen Mills. 
Kimball Heber C, City Creek. 
Young Brigham, North Canyon 
Creek. 



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West Side of EAST TEMPLE STREET, at H. Findley's Match Depot. 

Particular attention paid to the display and sale of every description of goods to be 

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UTAH TEKRITOKY. 



CAPITAL OF UTAH TERRITORY-GREAT SALT LAKE CITY. 

Federal and Territorial Officers. 

CHARLES DURKEE, Governor. 
Amos Reed, Secretary. 

delegate in congress. 

Wm.J. Hooper. 

Judiciary. 
John Titus, Chief Justice of U. S. Supreme Court for U. T. 
Thomas J. Drake, Associate Judge 

U S Internal Revenue Assessors. 
John E. Smith. 
Deputy assistants, Jessee C. Little, Joseph M. Simmons. 

TT. S. Marshal. 
J. A. Hosmer. 

Superintendent of Indian Affairs. 
F. H. Head. 

U. T. Militia 

Lieut. General — Daniel H. "Wells, Major General — R. F. Burton. 
The Militia consists of artillery, cavalry, and infantry, organ- 
ized into tens, fifties, and hundreds. 

MEMBERS OF THE COUNCIL. 

Great Salt Lake, Tooele, Summit and Green River Counties— 
Wilford Woodruff, Albert Carrington, George Q. Cannon, Joseph 
A. Young. 

Davis and Morgan Counties — H. C. Haight. 

Weber and Box Elder Counties — Lorenzo Snow. 

Cache and Richland Counties — Ezra T. Benson. 

Utah and Wasatch Counties — L. R. Harrington, Aaron Johnson. 

Sanpete and Sevier Counties — Orson Hyde. 

Millard and Juab Counties— Amasa M. Lyman. 

Beaver, Iron and Piute Counties — George A. Smith. 

Washington and Kane Counties — Erastus Snow. 

OFFICERS OF THE COUNCIL. 

President — George A. Smith. 
Secretary — Patrick Lynch. 
Assistant- Secretary — Samuel Pitchforth. 
Sergeant-at Arms— John Smith. 
Messenger — "William D. Brown. 
Foreman — Joseph Busby. 
Chaplain — Joseph Young, Sen. 



120 SALT LAKE CITY DIRECTORY. 

[MEMBERS OE THE HOUSE. 

Great Salt Lake County — John Taylor, Albert P. Rockwood, 
Enoch Reese, John Van Cott, William Jennings, Joseph F. Smith. 
Utah County — William B. Pace, Ben. F. Johnson, David Evans. 
Davis and Morgan Counties — Christopher Layton, P. C. Merrill. 
Weber County — Lorin Farr, Chauncey W. West. 
Box Eider County — Jonathan C. Wright. 

Cache and Richland Counties — Charles C. Rich, Peter Maughan. 
Tooele County — John Rowberry. 
Juab County — George Kendall. 

Sanpete and Sevier Counties — Warren S. Snow, Geo. Peacock. 
Millard County — Thomas Callister. 
Beaver and Piute Counties — John R. Murdock. 
Iron County — Silas S. Smith. 
Kane and Washington Counties — Jacob Gr.tes. 
Summit and Green River Counties — William W. Cluff. 
Wasatch County — Thomas H. Giles. 

OFFICERS OF THE HOUSE. 
Speaker — John Taylor. 
Chief Clerk — Thomas Bullock. 
Assistant Clerk — Robert L. Campbell. 
Sergeant-at-Arms — Jos. C. Rich. 
Messenger — F. S. Richards. 
Foreman — G. W. Slade. 
Chaplain— W. W. Phelps. 

Auditor's Report, Dec, 12th, 1865. 
Assessment cf Property and Tax for U. T . 

Great Salt Lake (reported) $3,3 10,01 4 $19,050 07 

Utah (reported; 1,410,260 7,051 30 

Cache (reported) 764, -16 J 3,822 30 

Weber (reported) 555,894 2,779 47 

Davis (reported) 508,510 2,542 05 

Washington (es imated) 280,00 I 1,400 00 

Tooele (reported) 280,000 1,400 00 

Box Elder ( reported) 277,414 1,387 07 

Sanpeti (estimated) 260,000 1,300 00 

Juab (reported) 222,446 1, 112 23 

Millard (r ported) 189,988 949 94 

Summit (estimated) 16n,00o 800 00 

Iron (reported) 145, 132 725 66 

Wasatch (estimated) 120,00 ) COO ( 

Richland (reported; 117,871 589 37 

Beaver (reported) 107,124 535 62 

K ne (reported) 76,412 3^2 06 

Sevier (reported) 72,716 363 58 

Morgan (estimated) 60,<i00 300 » 

Piute (reported) 3 »,786 178 93 

Total $9,453,930 47,-69 65 



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121 



UTAH TERRITORY. 



Counties. 


Probate Judges. 


Notaries Public. 


Beaver, 


John R. Murdock, 


Wm. Fotheringham, 
J. H. Rollins. 


Box Elder, 


Samuel Smith, 


Jolm Burt. 


Cache, 


William Hyde, 


Henry Standage, 
James A. Leishman, 
Alexander Stalker. 


Davis, 


Hector C. Haight, 


Jacob Miller, 
Arthur Sayner, 


Great Salt Lake, 


Elias Smith, 


John T. Cain, 
W. W. Phelps, 
Pati'ick Lynch, 
Wm Clayton. 


Green River, 


Wm. A. Carter, 


Wm. A. Car er. 


Iron, 


Jesse N. Smith, 


Martin Slack. 


Juab, 


Jacob G. Bigler, 


Thomas Ord. 


Kane, 


Anson P. Winsor, 


Sextus E. Johnston. 


Millard, 


Thomas R. King, 


Joseph V. Robinson, 
John W. Radford. 


Morgan, 


Willard G. Smith, 


John Boyden. 


Piute, 


Edward Dolton, 


Wm. J. A lred, 


Richland, 


Preston Thomas, 


Richard R. Hopkins, 
Mor.is Phelps. 


Sanpete, 


George Peacock, 


F. C. Robinson, 
John Kirkman, 
C. A. Madsen, 
David Caudland. 


Sevier, 


William Morrison, 


R. W. Glen, 
John Readhead. 


Summit, 


Geo. G. Snyder, 


H. VV. Brizzee. 


Tooele, 


John Rowberry, 


Lysauder Gee, 
E. P. Johnson. 


Utah, 


Geo. W. Bean, 


John T. Hardy, 
Jacob F. Hutchinson, 
Israel Evans, 
John Carsore, 
Wm. Price. 


Wasatch, 


John W. Witt, 


Thomas Giles. 


Washington, 


James D. McCallouc 


;h, James G. Bleak, 



Weber, 



Joseph E. Johnson, 
John T. Geary, 
Joseph S. Haywood. 
Aaron Farr, Wm. Critchelow, 

Joseph Grover. 



122 SALT LAKE CITY DIRECTORY. 

©ALT LAKE CITY, TJ. T. 

DANIEL H WELLS, MATOB. 



Marshal— JOHN D. T. McALLISTER. 



Recorder— ROBERT CAMPBELL. 
Paul Schettler, Assistant Clerk. 



Board of Aldermen — Jeter Clinton, Alexander P. Piper, Alonzo 
H. Raleigh, Samuel W. Richards, Elijah F. Sheets. 

Board of Councihnen — Robert T. Burton, Elnathan Eldredge, 
William S. Godbe, Isaac Groo. Henry M. Lawrence, Theodore 
McKean, John Sharp, Joseph F. Smith, Claudius V. Spencer. 

STANDING COMMITEES. 

On Cemetery — Sheets, Groo and McKean. 

On Claims — Piper, Burton and Sharp. 

On Elections — Richards, Eldredge and Sharp. 

On Finance — Ppier, Godbe and Spencer. 

On Improvement — Sheets, Burton and Groo. 

On License — Richards, Groo and Lawrence. 

On Market House — Clinton, Groo and Lawrence. 

On Municipal Laws — Raleigh, McKean and Smth. 

On Police — Burton , Groo, Lawrence, Clinton and Sharp. 

On Public Grounds — Sheets, Eldredge, Godbe, Groo and Law- 
rence. 

On Public Works — Raleigh, Eldredge and Smith. 

On Revision — Clinton, Barton and McKean. 

On Unfinished Business — Raleigh, Godbe and Smith. 

On Ways and Means — Richards, Godbe, McKean, Sharp and 
Spencer. 

CITY OFFICERS. 
Attorney — Hosea Stout. 

Board of Examination of Physicians — President — Dr. W. F. 
Anderson. Members — Peter Clinton and H. I. Doremu*. 

Board of School Inspectors — Henry I. Doremus and G. W. Mous- 
ley. 

Captain of Police — Andrew Burt. 

Chief Engineer of Fire Department — J. C. Little. 

City Business Agent — Isaac Groo. 

City Sexton — Joseph E. Taylor 

Fence Viewers — First Municipal Ward — Levi Riter; Second — 
Samuel Turnbow; Third — Geo. Nebeker ; Fourth — Millen At- 
wood ; Fifth— Wm. C. A. Smoot. 

Inspector of Buildings — A. H. Raleigh. 

Inspector of Liquors — Robert Campbell. 

Inspector of Stock — Henry J. Faust. 



SALT LAKE CITY DIRECTORY. 123 

Inspector of Wool and Lumber — John C. Gray. 

Market Master — Andrew Burt, 

Quarantine Physician — Jeter Clinton. 

Sealer of Weights and Measures — Nathan Davis. 

Inspector of Streets — Elijah F. Sheets. 

Surveyor — Jesse W. Fox. 

CEMETERIES. 

Camp Cemetary, near Camp Douglas. 
Mormon Cemetary, north east of South Temple. 

Hall and Tabernacle. 

Independence Hall is used for meetings and lectures. It is 
free to Protestants and Catholics. It is on the south side of Sec- 
ond South, between East and West Temple streets 

Mormon Tabernacle is on the north side of South Temple, bet- 
ween East and West Temple streets. 

Miscellaneous. 
Young Men's Literary Association . 

News papers. 
Deseret News, (weekly Mormon Church paper,) Albert C. 
Carrington, editor. 

Juvenile Instructor, (Semi-Monthly )Geo. Q. Cannon, editor 
and publishe . 

Telegraph, (Daily and Weekly,) T. B. H. Stenhouse, editor and 
praprietor. Note — The Telegraph and Juvenile Instructor are 
Mormon papers. 

Vedette, (Daily and Weekly,) P. L. Shonff & Co., editors and 
publishers. Note — The Vedette is a Gentile paper. 
Secret Societies - 
Masonic — The stated communication of Mt. Moriah Lodge, F. 
& A. M., U. D., are held at their Hall, west side East Temple 
Street, on the second Tuesday of each month. 

James M. Ellis, W. M. 
T. Auerbach, Sec'y. 
Wasatch Lodge — East Temple Street. 

R. H. Robinson. W. M. 
Odd Fellows— Utah Lodge No. 1, 1. O, O. F., hold their regular 
meetings in Odd Fallows Hall, west side E ist Temple Street, on 
Thursday evening of each week, at 7| o'clock. 

Fr. Auerbach, N. G. 
Panl Englebrecht, Sec'y. 

COTJTVTY OFEICERS. 
Great Salt Lake County. 

Elias Emith Probate Judge. 

R. F. Burton Sheriff. 

E. W. East .- Probate and County Clerk. 

Theodore McKean Treasurer. 

R. F. Burton,. .Assessor and Collector, (Territorial and County. 

R. L. Campbell Superintendent of Schools. 

S. M. Blair Prosecuting Attorney. 



124 SALT LAKE CITY DIRECTORY. 

Salt Lake City. 

General Pound keeper — Briant Strirgham. 
Justices of the Peace. 
Salt Lake City. — First Precinct — Adam Spiers; Second — W. W. 
Phelps; Third — A. H. Raleigh; Fourth — Jeter Clinton. 
Pig Cottomvtod — Levi Stewart. 
Draperville — Andrew Burnham. 
Fort IJarriman — Wm. Freeman. 
Mill Creek— J. F. Snedeker. 
South Coflcnuood — Andrew Cahoon. 
Sugar House — Daniel Gem. 
West Jordan — Joseph. Harker. 

Constables. 

SaltL ake City. — First Precinct — Adam Spiers; Second — Elijah 
Pearce; Third — A. H, Kaleigh; Fourth — Wm. Hyde. 
Pig Cottonwcod — Thos. Bateman. 
Draperville — Henry Day. 
Fort Harrnnan — Almond Butterfleld. 
Mill Creek— E. F. McGuest. 
South CoUonv,~ood — Richard Howe. 
Sugar House — C. J. Robson. 
West Jordan — John Egtent. 



PROVO CITY, XI. T. 

Provo City is 49 miles south of Salt Lake City. It is the coun- 
ty seat of Utah county. It has two small parks called Union 
and Temple, which are each 2 4 rods square; a Mormon house of 
worship, capable of accommodating a,bout 1,500 persons, a bow- 
ery for holding meetings during the summer and fall, on 
Temple block; a tithing yard containing the tithing office and 
store, in which is stored from 4000 to 5000 bushels of grain an- 
nually; and it is said to be brought in punctually. 

The tithes consist of money, general produce, and everything 
that is produced by the people. Provo City is divided into six 
mnnicipal wards, four of which are divided into Bishop'a wards. 
There are six public schools, one of which is a high school for 
boys and girls. 

It has a place for theatrical performances called ClufF s Hall, 
which is used as a theater from December till March, and as a 
paint and furniture shop the rest of the year . Provo river runs 
through a canyon of the same name , and empties into Utah Lake 
about three miles above the city. It affords excellent facilities 
for milling and manufacturing purposes. Estimated popnlation 
of Provo City, 3000. 



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125 



Blacksmiths. 
Brown Geo. 
Carter D., Main. 
Pack Edwin M. 
"White Henry. 

Boot and Shoe Makers. 
Burdick L. 
Thuresen D. P. 

Boot and Shoe Stores. 
JONES S. S. & Co., Main. 
LEWIS J. W., Center. 

Butchers. 
Higbee Isaac, Main. 
Jaques John. 

Cabinet Maker and Turner. 
Cluff David Jr. 

Druggists. 
Morgan J. W., Center. 
Southworth H. C, Main. 
Dry Goods, Groceries and Gen- 
eral Merchandise. 
DUSENBERRY BROS., Main. 
(W.N. & W. H. Dus-n- 
berry,)Main. 
Farnsworth M. F., Main. 
JONES S. S. & CO., Main. 
LEWIS J. W., Center. 
REESE ENOCH, D. H. Kinsey 
and John David agents, 
Center. 
Smith, Thompson & Co., Cen- 
ter. 
SNYDER & CO., (J. C, J. P. 
R., Jas., and M. L. Sny- 
der.) 
Southworth H. L., Main. 
STUBBS & KIRK WOOD, Cen- 
ter. 

Express. 

S. M. &Ex.Co. Main. 



Grist Mills 
Clark Joseph Main. 
MILLS MARTIN W. s ; bout 
one-half mile north.of Pro- 
vo City. 
TANNER MYRON, west of 

Main. 
Taylor John, T. Bolton, agent. 

Liquors. 
Clarkson Thorn s, City Liquor 
Store, sec Main and Cen- 
ter 

Notaries Public. 

C rson John. 
Evans J srael. 
Hardy John T. 
Hutchinson Jacob F. 
Price Win. 

Physicians and Surgeons. 
Morgan J. W., Center. 
Riggs John, Washington. 

Postmaster. 
McDONALD A. F., Center, 
also clerk of tithing store. 
Saddle and Harness Maker. 
Twede Charles. 

Saw Mi Is and Turning. 
*Clark R. O., Main. 
Mills M. W., one-half mile 
north of Provo City. 
Stone Cutter. 
Murdock J. W. Center. 

Syrup Mauufacturers. 
Clark Bros. 

Wagon Makers. 
Kempe C. I., Center. 
Rogers Henry. 

"Wool Carding. 
Holaday & Vincent, Center. 



PROVO CITY. 

Wm Miller, Mayor. 

Recorder — L. John Nuttall. 

Aldermen — Myron Tanner, James E. Daniels and James W. 
Loveless. 

Justices of the Peace — Isaac Higbee and John B. Millner. 
Constables— James W. Loveless and John W. Turner. 

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SALT LAKE CITY DIRECTORY. 



SPRINGVILLE, TJ. T. 

Springvile was settled in the fall of 1S52; laid out as a city the 
4th of April, 1853, and organized July 23rd of the same year. It 
is pleasantly situated in an agricultural region, and sustains in, 
and around it, a population of about 2000. Hobble Creek can- 
yon, lies east of Springville, and is one of the proposed railroad 
routes. There is a wagon road through the Canyon, extending 
one hundred miles east. Mount Nebo, about 40 miles south 
west from Springville, is the highest mountain in Utah. 



Blacksmiths. 
Bromley Wm. 
Carter Wm. 
Edmiston John. 
Lambson A. B., Main. 
Sanford Ira. 

Boot and Shoe Makers. 
Clegg Henry. 
Davis J. 
Falkner John. 
Crandall S. W., Main. 
Lambson A. L., Main. 
Cabinet Maker. 
Miller John. 

Carpenters and Builders. 
Alexander H. M. 
Brinton E. P. 
Chase Solomon. 
Daley M. J. 
Ellison M. W. 

Druggists. 
WOOD G. D. & CO., (L. S, 

Wood & Wm. Bringhust.) 

Main bet Rollins and 

Huntington. 

Dry Goods, Groceries and Gen- 
eral Merchandise. 
Groesbeck N. H., s w c Main 
and Huntington. 



Lambson A. L., Main. 
WOOD G. D. & CO., Main. 

jrist Mills. 
Penney W. C. 
Storrs & Miller. 

Dumber Dealers. 
Whitney & Co., (L. J. Whit- 
ney and J. W. Calder,) 35 
miles east of Springville, 
Uintah Indian Reserva- 
tion, office, Springville. 
Painter, 
Davis Wm. 

Postmaster. 
Johnson Aaron. 

Saw Mills. 
Buckley & Noah. 
Clark & Hall, Main. 
Varlenvene & Roundy. 

Syrup Manufacturers. 
Buckley & Noah. 

Tanners. 

Clegg Henry. 
Bobbin Wm. 

Wagon Maker 
Kindred E. H. 



UTAH COXJIVT-K - . 

Federal Officers, 

Thomas J. Drake, District Judge ; his circuit comprises the 
counties of Utah, Wasatch, Juab, Sevier, and San Pete. 

John McEvan, Clerk 

John B. Millner, Collector for Utah, Juab, Wasatch, and Too- 
ele counties. 



SALT LAKE CITY DIRECTORY. 127 

County Officers. 

Geo. W. Bean Probate Judge. 

L. John Nuttall Probate and County Clerk. 

Wm. B. Pace Sheriff. 

John Riggs Treasurer. 

L. John Nuttall Recorder. 

A. F, McDonald Assessor and Collector. 

James E. Daniels Surveyor. 

Selectmen. 

Selectmen — Andrew H. Scott, res Provo; John Brown, res. 
Pleasant Grove; Ophawell Simmons, res. Payson. 

Prosecuting Attorney — John B. Millner. 

County Pound keeper — Edson W. Whipple. 

Justices of the Peace. 

Alpine — -John W. Vance, American Fork- — Arza Adams, Cedar 
Fort — J.imes Rodeback, Fairfield — A. C. Hoag, Goshen — W. P. 
Jones, Lehi — John Woodhouse, Payson — Jonathan S. Page, 
Pleasant Grove — Hiram Winters, Pond Town — John F. Shields, 
Santa Quin — Edward W. Clark, Sjianish Fork — Andrew Ferguson, 
Syringville. 

Constables. 

Alpine — Thomas Carlisle. American Fork— Geo. Cunningham, 
Cedar Fort — Joel White, Fairfield — Jacob Cunningham, Goshen 

— Sidney Teeples, Lehi — Joseph Thomas, Payson Geo. W. 

Hancock, Pleasant Grove — Joseph Smith, Pond Town — Calvin 
Reed, Santa Quin — James A. McBride, Spanish Fork — Geo. G. 
Hales, Springville. 

Receipts of taxes for 1866, $6,958. 

Receipts from other sources, $2,2 0. 

$9,158. 

Expenditures, 

On Bridge, $3,350. 

On Public Buildings, $3,000. 

Court expenses. $2,724. 

$9,074. 



Balance on hand $84. 



OODEW CITY, XT T 

Ogden City is the County seat of Weber County. It is pleas- 
antly located between two rivers, called Weber and Ogden. Num- 
ber of public schools, three; public squares, four; one church 
lot of one acre, containing tithing office and a Mormon place of 
worship, cap ble of accommodating 1,500 persons. The blocks 
are divided into ten lots of one acre each. Estimated population 
of Ogden, 3,000. 



128 



SALT LAKE CITY DIRECTORY. 



Bakery. 
Jost John A., Main. 

Blacksmiths. 
Browning 1 Jonathan, Main. 
Shupe A. J., Main. 
Stone A. P., Main. 
West C W., Main. 
Willi mson C. C, Main. 

Boot and Shoe Makers. 
Owen James, & Co. 
Tyrrell Soseph. 
West Ohauncy W., Main. 

Broom Maker. 
Cor. i well J. D., Main, 

Butchers. 
McKay Wm, Main. 
West *C. W., Main. 

Cabinet Maker. 

McGeary & Co., Main. 

Carpenters and Builders. 

Gale James, Main. 

Swi'zler J. C, Main. 
Coopers. 

Child Olixer, Main. 

Salliby John. 

Dane J. E., Main. 

Wilson Lewis D. , Main. 
Druggists. 

Ogden Co-oper;itive Associa- 
tion, G. W. Turner, agent, 
Main. 

Pidcock Wm., Main. 

Dry Goods and General Mer- 
chandise. 

Canfield Israel, Main. 

Kiesel F. J., Main. 

Leavitt N., Main. 

Ogden Co-operative Associa- 
tion, G. W. Turner, agent. 

Kansoln ff N. S. & Co., (Branch 
office,) Main. 



WEST & YOUNG, Main. 
Woodmansee Charles, Main. 

Eating House. 
Covington B., Main. 
Grist Mills. 
Farr L. & Co., Main. 
WEST & YOUNG, Main. 

Hair Dressers. 
Thomas T. R Main. 

Hotel. 
WEST CHAUNCEY W., Main. 

Liquors, B,etail. 
West Chauncey W., Main. 

Notaries Public, 
Critchelow Wm. 
Grover Joseph. 

Painters. 
McGeary & Co., Main. 
Nelson D., Main. 

Physicians and Surgeons. 
Mclntyre Wm. L., Main. 
Trulock A. 

Postmaster. 

West Chauncey W., Main. 
Gamble D., Assistant. 

Tanners. 
Owen Jas., rear of Main. 
Tyrrel Joseph. 
West Chauncy W. 

Telegraph Operators. 
West J. N. and D. Davis, Main. 

Turning. 
McGeary & Co., Main. 

Undertaker. 
Hall Mark, Main. 

Wagon-maker. 
Switzer J. C, Main. 

Wheelwright. 
Seager John, Main. 



OGDEN CITY. 

Lorrin Farr — Mayor. 
Aldermen— Israel Canfield, L. J. Herrick and Joseph Parry. 

Councilors— Chauncey W. West, I. N. Goodale, Walter Thomp- 
son and David M. Stuart. 



SALT LAKE CITY DIRECTORY. 129 

WEBER COUNTY. 

President of the Stake in the Mormon Church in Weber County 
— Lorrin Fair. 

Bishop of the Mormon Church in Weber County — Chauncey 
W. West. 

County Officers. 

W. W. Burton Superintendent of Common Schools. 

Gilbert Belnap Probate Judge. 

Aaron F. Farr Sheriff. 

Walter Thompson County Clerk. 

David Nelson County Treasurer 

Sanford Bingham Assessor and Collector 

David Jenkins ....*"" Surveyor. 

Selectmen. 

L. J. Herrick, John Spiers and Richard Ballantyne. Selectmen. 

Aaron F. Farr Chairman. 

Justices of the Peace. 

Eight precincts. Ogden City, Samuel Eggleston — North Ogden 
Benjamin Gardner — Bingham's Fort, Lewis Taft — East Weber, 
Charles Stoddard — Plain City, Wm. McGuire — Union, Sanford 
Bingham — Huntsvitle, Wilmer W. Brunson — West Weber, Wm. 
McFarland. 

Constables 

Seven Precincts. Ogden, Gilbert Wright — North Ogden, James 
Rice, — East Weber, Howard Cory — Bingham's Fort, Arthur 
Stone — Plain City, Wm. Sharp — Slater ville, Wm. Shaffer — Union, 
Myron Child. 

Receipts and expenditures. 

Receipts, $26,000. 

Expenditures, $15,000. 

Balance, $11,000 



TABLE OF DISTANCES. 



From Salt Lake City to Denver. 

MILES, 

Hardin's 14 

Kimball's 12—26 

Daniels 1 !— 40 

Weber 12—52 

Hanging Eock 10 — 62 

Echo Canyon 10—72 

Needle Rock 10—82 

Bear Kiver 10—92 

Quaking Asp 10—102 

Muddy 10—112 

EORTBRXDGER.. 12—124 

Millersville 13—137 

Church Buttes 8—1-15 

South Bend 12—157 

Antelope 9 — 160 

Lone Tree 9 — 175 

Green River 14—189 

Rock Springs 17—206 

Salt Wells 15—221 

Rock Point 13— 234 

Black Buttes 14—248 

Big Pond 14—2 : 2 

LaClede 12—274 

Dug Springs 16—290 

Dug Lake 12—302 

Waskie 13—315 

Sulphur Springs . . . 11 — '^26 

Bridger Pass 9—335 

Pine Grove 10—345 

Sage Creek 10—355 

North Piatt 15—37 

Pass Creek 16— "'86 

Elk Mountain 12—398 

Medicine Bow 8— 4<>6 

Rock Creek 17—423 

Cooper's Creek 11 — 434 

Little Laramie 15 — 449 

Big Laramie 17 — 466 

Willow Springs .... 15—481 

Virginia Dale 14 — 495 

Carlyle's Pass 12—507 

Park 8—515 

La Porte 10—525 



MILES. 

Spring Canyon 8 — 533 

Big Thompson 10—543 

Little Thompson . . . 10—553 

Burlington 10—553 

Boulder 8—571 

Church's 14—585 

DENVER 1 1—596 

Prom Salt Lake City to Vir- 
ginia, Nevada. 

Tooele 33 

Stockton 7—40 

Rush Valley 20—60 

Point Lookout 9 — 69 

Simpson's Springs. . 17 — 86 

River Bed 8—94 

Dug- Way 12—106 

Black Rock 14—120 

Fish Springs 10—1 30 

Boyd's 10—140 

Willow Springs .... 10—150 

Canyon 11 — 161 

Deep Creek 15—176 

Eight Mile 8—184 

Antelope Spring 18—202 

Spring Valley 13—215 

Schell Creek 11—226 

Egan Can von 14—240 

Butte....' 15—255 

Mountain Springs . . 14 — 269 

Ruby Valley 9—278 

Jacob's Well 13—291 

Diamond Springs . . 12 — 303 

Sulphur Springs . . . 12 — 315 

Robert's Creek 13—328 

Grubb's Well 13—341 

Drv Creek 17—358 

Cape Horn 13—371 

Austin 16—387 

Reese River 9 — 396 

Mount Airy 11—407 

New Pass 11—418 

Edward's Creek .... 12—430 

Cold Spring 13—443 



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131 



West Gate 15—458 

Fairview 11—469 

Mountain Well 14—483 

Stillwater 15—498 

Old River 15—513 

Cottonwood 15 — 528 

Nevada 15 — 543 

Desert Wells 15—558 

VIRGINIA 14—572 

From Omaha to Denver. 

Fort Kearney 197 

Cottonwood Springs 87 — 284 

North Platte 16—300 

Julesburg 104—404 

DENVER 183—587 

From Leavenworth, to Fort 

Kearney 294 miles. 
From Virginia to Sacramento, 

(Donner Lake and Dutch 
Flat Route.) 

Virginia to Donner 

Lake 62 

Dutch Flat 40—102 

Sacramento 69 — 171 

San Francisco, (via 

Sacramento river) 120 — 291 

From Virginia to Sacramento, 

(Placerville or Lake Tahoe 

Route.) 

Virginia to Gold Hill 2 

CARSON 14—16 

Strawberry 47 — 63 

Placerville 43—106 

Sacramento 56 — 162 

Sacramento to San 
Francisco, via Sac- 
ramento river. . . . 120 — 282 

Salt Lake to Boise City, 473. 

From Salt Lake City to Virginia 
City and Helena. 

Kay's Ward 24 

Ogden 15—39 

Big Dam 12—51 

Mormon Springs . . . 10 — 61 

Bear River 13 — 74 

Mound Springs .... 12 — 86 

Henderson Creek . . . 12 — 98 

MALAD CITY 9—107 

Marsh Valley 21—128 

Carpenter's 12 — 140 



MILES. 

Black Rock 24—164 

Pocatello 12—176 

Ross Fork 10—186 

Black Foot 11—197 

Yamoatch 14 — 211 

Cedar Point 11—222 

Big Bend 12—234 

Market Lake 19—253 

Desert W T ells 18—271 

Camas Creek 12 — 283 

Wall Rock 14—297 

Dry Creek 8—305 

Pleasant Valley .... 12—317 

Summit Station .... 10—327 

Junction Ranch. . . . 10 — 337 

Big Sage 12—349 

Parson's Statio i .... 10 — 359 

Fairview 10—369 

Sweet Water 12—381 

Slate Stone 10—391 

Stinking Water .... 10—401 

VIRGINIA CITY . . 10—411 

California Ranch . . 9 — 420 

Indian Creek 9 — 429 

Mountain Creek 14—443 

Jefferson Bridge .... 12 — 455 

White Tail Deer .... 14—469 

Basin Station 10—429 

Little Boulder 12—441 

Beaver Town 10 — 551 

Prickly Pear 14—565 

HELENA 9—574 

Salt Lake to Pahranagat Valley 
Mines. 

Provo 49 

Springville 7 — 56 

Fillmore 94—150 

BEAVER, at the junction of 
the Colville and Pahranagat 

roads 50—200 

Minersville 18—218 

Mound Springs .... 16—234 

Sulphur Springs . . . . 20—254 

Desert Springs 35— 2S9 

Meadow Valley 35—324 

Bonnet Springs 10—334 

Pah -rock Springs . . . 40 — 374 
Hico Citv, in Pahranagat Val- 
ley 2 '—394 

Silver Canyon and Logan 

Springs 10—404 



132 ADVERTISEMENTS. 



MOUNTAIN RANCHE, 

AND 

Overland Trade respectfully solicited, 

DEALER IN 

Fine Ready-made Clothing, Furnishing Goods, 
Hats and Gaps, Boots and Shoes, 

LEADING 

CLOTHIER AND HATTER 

OF COLORADO, 

IP STREET, 

ADJOINING KOTJTZE BROS. BANK, 

DENVER, COLORADO. 

SIEGEL BROS., 

"Wholesale and Retail Dealers in 



North east corner of Eest Temple and First Sonth, 

Also east side of East Temple Street between 

First and Second South, 

G-REAT SALT LAKE CITY, U. T. 

WALKER BROTHERS, 
East Temple Street, Salt Lake City. U. T. 

Wholesale Merchants and Importers of 

6«w*at pjewltatttffer, Domestic anil ^wcigw 



JIW IRHfL. 



Constantly Receiving New Goods from East and West. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



133 



BAKER AND GROCER, 

East side East Temple, feet. 1st and 2nd South Streets, 
O-. S. ili. Oity, U. T. 

Dealers in 



1915 






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AND 



EAST SIDE EAST TEMPLE STREET, 

SALT LAKE CITY, U. T. 



CHISLETT «£ CLARK, 



DEALERS IK 



DM IT f£@©IJ)S« tffiKWtJMK 



RALMRCMNDISE, 

East Temple, t>et. 1st and Snd SouthSts. 

S. L. City, U. T. 

J. M. HAMMAR, 

GREAT SALT LAKE CITY, 



IF) flJ 



S> 



East Temple, bet. 1st and 2nd South Sts., 

S. L. CITY, U. T. 



134 ADVERTISEMENTS. 

NEW QUEENSWARE HOUSE. 

A. R. CONVEESE & CO., 

Farnham St., opposite Pioneer Block, 

Omaha, Nebraska. 

IMPORTERS, WHOLESALE m RETAIL DEALERS 

IN 

o:roo:k::e]:r,-x% 

CHANDELIERS, LAMPS, MIRRORS, SILVER PLATED AND BRIT- 
TANIA WARE, GLASSWARE, AND WINDOW GLASS. 

We have a large assortment of 

French China, Silver and Plated Castors, Spoons, 

Which we are selling at very low Prices. Wc keep constantly on hand as- 
sorted packages for the trade, which we will sell at Eastern prices, with freight 
added. 

KETCHAM * BURNS, 

Farnham Street, 

o^c^-h:^., hst:h3:b:r^s:kia.. 

importers, 

Wholesale and Retail 

DEALERS IN 

CROCKERY, 

QUEENSWARE, 
CHANDELIERS, 
LAMPS, 
MIRRORS, 
GLASSWARE, FRENCH CHINA, 

Silver and Plated Castors, Cutlery, etc., etc 




ADVERTISEMENTS. 135 

OMAHA NATIONAL BANK, 

CORNER OF DOUGLAS AND 13th STS. 
OMAHA, NEBRASKA. 

BTT~X"S GOLD DUST, 

DRAWS SIGHT BILLS OF EXCHANGE ON 
EASTERN CITIES, 

AND 
TRANSACTS A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS. 

MILLAKD, CALDWELL & CO., 

BANKERS AND BROKERS, 

DEALERS IN 



«f rap &u%m$, H 0i»gt« (IxdiBttgj 



AND 



UNITED STATES SECURITIES, 

U a a a e IfefeE&iil&B 



. 



^7* 

UNION PACIFIC R.R 

THE 6REA\ PLATTE VALLEY ROUTE! 

OPEN 300 MILES WEST 

OF THE MISSOURI RIVER. 

Commencing Monday, December 3rd, 1866, 

THE UNION PACIFIC RAIL ROAD 

WILL RUN DAILY PASSENGER TRAINS 

BETWEEN 

OMAHA & NORTH PLATTE 

Connecting at Omaha with the Western £tage Company's Mail 
Coaches, to and from the 

Chicago and North Western Railway, 

Chicago, Rock Island and Pacific R. R., 

Burlington and Missouri River Railroad,. 
Dos Moines Valley Rail Road, 

Hannibal and St. Joseph Rail Road, 

And with Missouri River Steamers for 

ST. JOSEPH, ATCHISON, LEAVENWORTH 



At Nor til Platte, Direct Connections are made with 

WELLS, FARGO & Cfl'S OVERLAND MAIL&EXPRESS COACHES 

For Denver, Salt Lake and all points in 

Colorado, Utah, Idaho, Montana, 

Nevada and. California. 



W. SNYDER, SAM'L B. BEJEJD, 

GenH -Ticket Agent. Gen 7- S„pt. 

Omaea, December 1st, 1866.